Dez 11, 2013


Accompanying program to the exhibition »Architecture & ...«

During the performance evening »Architecture & ... Ways out« Marc Perrin and Geumhyung Jeong will present their performances »Spinoza in China. Ernesto November 3, 2011«and »CPR Practice«.

Date: Dez 11, 2013, 20:00 Uhr

Duration: Dez 11, 2013

Location: Akademie Schloss Solitude

»Architecture & … Ways out«
Thursday, December 12, 2013, 8pm
Performance Evening

»Spinoza in China. Ernesto November 3, 2011«
With Marc Perrin, author, Nantes/France

In his performance »Spinoza in China. Ernesto November 3, 2011« the french author Marc Perrin describes one day in the life of Ernesto, who spends 24 hours  in room 16 at the Furun hotel in Peking/China. He illustrates the thoughts and moves of Ernesto in his room, the noise from the street outside as well as the news on that day, which suddenly pop up somewhere in the world.

Improvement 1: Ernesto is doing the performance himself.
Improvement 2: Ernesto practices the clown.

»CPR Practice« (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
With Geumhyung Jeong, performer/choreographer, Seoul/ South Korea

During her performance Geumhyung Jeong will practice CPR in a simulated emergency, following the latest CPR guidelines.
CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and is used in emergencies. CPR is a combination of chest compressions and rescue breathing given to a person whose heart has stopped beating and who has stopped breathing. CPR can temporarily help a small amount of blood flow to the heart and brain and attempts to get the heart to beat again.
Emergencies like sudden cardiac arrest can happen anywhere, whether at work or at home. At anytime an individual may find they are in a position to act when an emergency unfolds. If someone is not breathing and the heart is not beating, the three steps in CPR should be immediately performed, which are known as »C-A-B« – C: compressions, A: airway, B: breathing.

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