Serpentine South Gallery 28 Sep 2017 Free

Artist David Mramor presented a performance during the evening preview of Wade Guyton’s exhibition, Das New Yorker Atelier, Abridged, at the Serpentine Gallery. The performance was programmed in collaboration with Wade Guyton.

David Mramor‘s art practice is rooted in painting and theatre. He uses stills from videos to create paintings that become props, embodying theatrical settings for the performances. Collaborating with Greg Potter on the keyboard, Mramor writes original songs under the guise of Enid Ellen, a post-gender feminist singer-songwriter. His performances utilise singing, movement, improv and Mramor’s training in Kundalini yoga.


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