Clara García Fraile - Exiting Works

Four cases of a practice of opening ways out of laws, rules, common sense, expectations, frustration, suffocation. 

  • Redemption

Evidences of a curious process of juridical alchemy: the transmutation of a piece of matter from legal to illegal, from illegal to legal, from crime to gold.

Exhibition - Dates: 30 May, 1 & 2 June

  • The Love Stories Donation Desk 

An open office for lovers to donate their stories for the use of others who may need them for any poetic or emotional reasons or for marriage fraud.

Durational performance and open archive - Dates: 30 May, 1 & 2 June


  • What Happened To Me

A video work gathering perspectives over an alleged violent event - all through the voice of people who weren't there but heard its story.

Film screening - Date: 2 June


  • On Ways to Exit a Theatre

A list of propositions for precisely what the title says.

Installation -  Dates: 30 May, 1 & 2 June

Dates & Tickets

INSTALLATIONS
30 May 2018
 | 17:00 - 23:00 /// buy ticket €5,- /// Isobel Dryburgh, Erin Hill, installations by Catarina Vieira and Clara Garcia Fraile

30 May 2018 | 17:00 - 23:00 /// buy ticket €5,- /// Ira Melkonyan, Erin Hill, installations by Catarina Vieira and Clara Garcia Fraile

1 June 2018 | 17:00 - 23:00 /// buy ticket €7,50* /// Biljana Radinoska, Ira Melkonyan, Vincent Riebeek, installations by Catarina Vieira and Clara Garcia Fraile *includes our traditional serving of soup & bread

1 June 2018
 | 17:00 - 23:00 /// buy ticket €5,- /// Biljana Radinoska, Vincent Riebeek, installations by Catarina Vieira and Clara Garcia Fraile

2 June 2018 | 17:00 - 23:00 /// buy ticket €7,50* /// Szymon Adamczak, Sofia Dinger, Isobel Dryburgh, Clara Garcia Fraile, installations by Catarina Vieira and Clara Garcia Fraile *includes our traditional serving of soup & bread


FILM SCREENING

2 June 2018 | 17:00 - 23:00 /// buy ticket €7,50* /// Szymon Adamczak, Sofia Dinger, Isobel Dryburgh, Clara Garcia Fraile, installations by Catarina Vieira and Clara Garcia Fraile *includes our traditional serving of soup & bread

Location: DAS Graduate School, Overhoeksplein 2, Amsterdam

Biography

I was born in Zamora (Spain) in 1984 and graduated on Performance and Visual Art / Dance in the University of Brighton (UK) in 2008. There I started working with Sam Pearson as Me and the Machine, a collaboration that lasted for five years of prolific production and international touring, after which I took three years back in Spain, dedicated mainly to antiauthoritarian social projects and political direct action.

In 2016, I joined the master programme DAS Theatre.

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