Artist Achim Lengerer works with questions of language that he either thematizes in his performances or spatializes within his installations. In the last years Lengerer founded different collaborative projects such as freitagsküche in Frankfurt/Berlin and voiceoverhead, a collaboration with artist colleague Dani Gal.
Since 2009 Lengerer runs the travelling showroom and instant publishing house Scriptings. Scriptings functions as a discursive platform parallel
and additional to Lengerer's projects. Artists, writers, graphic-designers, performers as well as publishers are invited – all of which are working
with the formats of "script" and "text" within their processes of production. Lengerer is currently researching on the ‘rehearsal’ as an artistic method as well as socio-political format at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.
Scriptings#41 Emma Haugh,
The re-appropriation of sensuality: An editorial fragment
by Janine Eisenächer, Sonja Gerdes & Emma Haugh.
We are happy to make available the printed matter "An editorial fragment" by Janine Eisenächer, Sonja Gerdes and Emma Haugh as part of the year long project Scriptings#41 The re-appropriation of sensuality by Emma Haugh. #41 is edited in intimate one-on-one sessions throughout the winter of 2014/2015 and will be presented in spring 2015 at Scriptings, Berlin.
Janine, Sonja, Emma and Achim
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What would a space dedicated to the manifestation of female desire be like? A space of becoming more than a sex club, an autoerotics of architecture conceptualized by and designed for women, a space transcending established and exclusive systems of representation. An-other libidinal economy.
The re-appropriation of sensuality is an ongoing body of work realized via processes of imaginative dissonance, relational otherness and compulsive collaboration developed by the artist in dialogue with individuals and groups from the fields of art, activism, theatre, architecture and cultural theory.
Emma Haugh (Dublin, Ireland, 1974) lives and works in Dublin and Berlin. In her work she applies a combination of visual arts and theater practices, employing a questioning approach towards photographic documentation and representation. Performativity is explored as a technique of critical embodiment and activation based on engagement in specific social situations and communities where work becomes co-authored. Emma has been working with theatre and photography for fifteen years. Her specialisation in Augusto Boals Theatre of the Oppressed has become central to her current working methodologies.