Performance (Robert Morris Revisited)
What is it with the spectacular? To find out, one has to go back to a historic period in modern art, that was seemingly defined by an unparalleled will to be anything but spectacular: the minimalism of the 1960s. Of course, doing little can be quite unspectacular, but doing very little is again most spectacular. And it was. So how is something unspectacular turning into something spectacular? Is it the thought, the speculation, or is it the sight, the spectacle?
Performance is a spectacle and a speculation telling the true story of how the American artist Robert Morris injured his head in 1961.
Concept and realisation by David Weber-Krebs
in collaboration with Jan-Philipp Possmann
Technical realisation by Hans Westendorp
produced by Infinite Endings and Theater Frascati
Co-production: KANAL-Centre Pompidou
Thanks to: Rosas