The body as a centerpiece Mahogany L. Browne, Lizania Cruz, Juan Pablo Garza, Nun, Natalia Lassalle-Morillo, Cecil McDonald, Michelle Lisa Polissaint 31 March - 26 May, 2019 Supplement Projects 230 NE 44th Street Miami, Florida, 33137
Participating Artists: David
Atlas, Iain Ball, Lara Joy Evans, Samuel Capps, Holly Childs, Lea Collet and
Marios Stamatis, core.pan, Porpentine Charity Heartscape, Marija Bozinovska
Jones with MBJ Wetware, Will Kendrick, Rachel McRae, Benoit Ménard, Sarah
Montet, Anni Nöps, Eva Papamargariti, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Viktor Timofeev,
Kyle Zeto Thorne Curated by Most Dismal Swamp
March 29th 2019 – April 13th 2019
Arebyte Java House 7 Botanic Square London City Island E14 0LG
María Gracia de Pedro in conversation with Irati Inoriza
I had the pleasure of speaking with Irati Inoriza about what she has been doing recently and the show that she has just opened in C.C. Montehermoso. Her practice focuses on the movement and relation in between bodies, seeking the reactions in our everyday life, rhythms and gestures of the human body.
MG: I need to ask this, how a Basque, that had studied in a Basque University ends up with performance as a medium? When did you feel attracted by it and why?
II: All started when I was studying at the university, at the beginning I was painting a lot, I wanted to be alone, to find things by myself. I got a bachelor in technology and when I started the university, a new world opened in front of my eyes. I chosed the laboratory subjects, as with the other subjects you are forced to do something in strict relationship to that medium, but in the laboratory instead you were completely open to experimentation. Undoubtedly the book “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” by Milan Kundera opened my eyes, and still today I feel completely identified by. I wanted to continue my education abroad and I found out that my university had an agreement with Brno University, the place where Kundera born and I moved to Czech Republic, where, truly fascinated, I found a proper degree focused in performance directed by Thomas Miller, the lessons where wherever, around the city, festivals. I found an other way of doing, the approach to things that doesn’t need to be materialized.