When All Thing Evaporate, We'll Talk About Minerals

   When All Things Evaporate, We'll Talk About Minerals    Location: Pioneer Works Center for Arts and Innovation, Brooklyn  Date: July 24, 2014  A collobration with Simone Couto          Less is Known on Earth    Location: Peace Garden, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh  Date: 2014   

When All Things Evaporate, We'll Talk About Minerals

Location: Pioneer Works Center for Arts and Innovation, Brooklyn

Date: July 24, 2014

A collobration with Simone Couto

 

 

Less is Known on Earth

Location: Peace Garden, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh

Date: 2014

 

When All Things Evaporate, We'll Talk About Minerals

 

When All Things Evaporate We’ll Talk About Minerals is a one-night event focusing on the interaction between man, nature and culture, and the ways in which participants aspire the unknown and the uncertain beyond the imaginable. This show takes the human body as object/subject and natural objects as substance/projected meanings. The body of work is devided in two parts: nature before the imprinting of human marks and construction of language and after. With various co-operants whose identities are multiplied in networks, The Minerals presents various live performances among natural objects. The performers re-establish new relationships as they constantly act together with each other, with all the other objects and the audience. The show is a performative and collective endeavor.

 

Participating Co-operants:

Co-operant; a thing or a person that spontaneously operates with others; working in cooperation, man and nature intimately (John Collier, born 1884)
Dreaming Co-operant: Jaewook Lee
Architectural Co-operant: Simone Couto
Echo Co-operant(sound design): Jihyun Lee
Non-human Co-operant: various natural and human-made objects including a meteorite-shaped object made out of a book about meteorites, books about primary forms next to crystal rocks, and geometric shapes, among others. 
Connectors: a yoga practitioner, a meditation practitioner, a jewelry designer, and a material scientist join to talk with the audience about the relationship between art, the human body, and nature during the event. Connectors are mediators between art works and the audience.