You say it best when you say nothing at all
Sanna Marander / Niklas Tafra
On the occasion of Kunstverein’s summer programme in Berlin, KV Milano is thrilled to present a performance by Sanna Marander and Niklas Tafra. The performance takes place during the Conceptual Poetics Day organised by Miss Read, the Berlin art book fair.
15 July 2017
@ Haus der Kulturen der Welt | Berlin
You say it best when you say nothing at all is a performative reading by Sanna Marander and Niklas Tafra with appropriated words by Felix Fénéon, George Seurat, Charles Baudelaire, Yayoi Kusama and others. Marander and Tafra's recent book is a retrial of a Parisian court case from 1894 where art critic Felix Fénéon was accused of an anarchist bombing. The performance revolves around a detail in the book: a conflict between Fénéon and artist George Seurat, where the art critic was accused by the artist of using an over-explanatory language.
KV summer programme July in Berlin 13-16/07/2017
With a nod to KV’s programme for the next season four consecutive days of events produced by KV in Berlin are centred around artists’ books and art publications: a booklaunch and exhibition by Federico Cavallini at Zirkumflex; a performance by Sanna Marander and Niklas Tafra at the Conceptual Poetics day and the KV-network stand at MissRead, The Berlin Art Book Fair, at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.