A Tale of a Tub: Doors of Perception ~ new work by Mercedes Azpilicueta (DAI, 2013) and Rosie Heinrich (DAI, 2012) curated by Fleur van Muiswinkel

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Doors of Perception
Performance and film program
30 November 3 – 6pm

Upcoming Rijksakademie resident Mercedes Azpilicueta (1981) and Rosie Heinrich (1981) present new work at A Tale of a Tub on Sunday 30 November at 3pm. Doors of Perception explores the way in which we construct our understanding of daily reality. Azpilicueta is developing a performance especially commissioned for A Tale of a Tub, in which she plays with the characteristic space of the bathhouse and its pronounced acoustics. Heinrich will show her latest film. During Doors of Perception the view of a young teenager will be juxtaposed with the day to day experiences of two adults dealing with their bipolar condition.

Performance by Mercedes Azpilicueta
in collaboration with Joy Kammin and Janneke van der Putten

It's possibly the only way that I can walk through myself
Premiere & artist presentation Rosie Heinrich
many thanks to the Mondriaan Fund

Doors of Perception is curated by Fleur van Muiswinkel

15:00 Entry
15:30 Program starts
18:00 Dinner (donation based)
20:00 End

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It's possibly the only way that I can walk through myself, 2014, Rosie Heinrich
was made possible with the generous support of the Mondriaan Fund