Capitalizing on curator Raimundas Malasauskas's presence in Mexico following a recent presentation at Kadist Art Foundation, LABOR presents its final exhibition of the year for one night only: Hypnotic Show.
An ever-growing collection of scripts, ideas and works by:
Cerith Wyn Evans
Fabien Giraud & Rapha El siboni
Jennifer Di Marco
Patrizio Di Massimo
Nicholas Matranga & Francesca Bennet
As well as a one night session conducted by Dr. Rogelio Klúnder in Spanish.
Curated by Raimundas Malasauskas
FAQ about "Hypnotic Show":
Q: What is Hypnotic Show?
A: A temporary social structure of engaging into creative cognitive acts through shared practices of art and hypnosis.
Q: How does Hypnotic Show work?
A: When all spaces undergo gentrification and you think that your very inner subjectivity will remain a space of a strictly personal order your brain-waves are being measured against you.
Q: No, no, but how does it work technically?
A: A number of invited artists have submitted proposals for Marcos Lutyens to be performed on the audience through a session of hypnosis.
Q: What are the inspirations of Hypnotic Show?
A: Works of many artists including Graham Gussin, Matt Mullican, Ann Lislegaard, Pedro Reyes, Warren Neidich, Cerith Wyn Evans; conversations with Fernando Delmar, Pascal Rousseau as well as the work of all the artists participating in Hypnotic Show with proposals.
Q: Is Hypnotic Show about collaboration?
A: Not really, but the relationship between hypnotist and the audience should be described as collaboration.