The French-American performance artist Myriam Lefkowitz (*1980), who lives in Paris, investigates the close connections between perception and imagination in order to create conditions for extended sensory experiences. These concerns also shape her ongoing project WALK, HANDS, EYES (HOHENLOCKSTEDT). Her works have been presented at the Venice Biennale, the Kadist Foundation (San Fransisco), the MOT (Tokyo), De Apple (Amsterdam), the Le Nouveau Festival (Centre Pompidou), the Bergen Triennale, and at the Ferme du Buisson (Paris). She teaches regularly at Science Po (Paris), Open School East (London), the Royal Institute of Art (Stockholm), DasArt (Amsterdam) and others. In 2017/18 it was awarded by IF I CAN ́T DANCE
I DON ́T WANT TO BE PART OF YOUR REVOLUTION (Amsterdam) and is currently an associated artist at Ferme du Buisson, while working on a film in collaboration with artist Simon Ripoll-Hurier.
Saturday, 28 September