532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel is proud to present the first U.S. solo show of performance artist Nadja Verena Marcin. This exhibition is held concurrently with the landmark fifth biennial of Performa in New York City.
On Sep 28th Nadja performs 'Nadja by Breton' at Jan Hoet's Middle Gate Geel '13 at 6 p.m. sharp at the Kunstenhuis Yellow Art in Geel, Belgium. The show also features works by Bruce Nauman, Mike Kelley, Agatha Snow, Andy Hope 1930, Nancy Barton, Johnny Meese, Katie Heck, Jon Plypchuk, Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, David Hammons, Jan Fabre, Francis Picabia ++
The Olana Partnership and Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM are pleased to announce Framing the Viewshed: Groundswell, a groundbreaking event, which features site-specific works in sound, text, installation, and movement from: DJ Spooky, Pauline Oliveros, Japanther, eteam, robbinschilds, Bobby Previte, Maximilian Goldfarb, Greg Fox, Nadja Verena Marcin, David Kermani, Archie Rand, Nancy Shaver, Beth Schneck, and Cara Turett.
ZERO GRAVITY - a performance with Nietzsche in the sky - premieres at >>Coup de Ville<< in Sint Niklaas, Belgium.
532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel presents Nadja Verena Marcin and Armando Marino at VOLTA 9, Basel.
Nadja wins a production grant for her upcoming film project 'Triple F' by the NRW Film- und Medienstiftung in Düsseldorf. In Triple F, three women rule the people through their thoughts and play with them as if they were puppeteers. A science fiction inspired tale about a society caught between physique and ratio, body and mind, power and submission, activity and passivity.
Sarah Crown presents: OUT OF BLINK with Harif Guzman, Paco Marcial, Nadja Verena Marcin, Jason Rhoades, Jessica Segall; May 11-12, 76 Wooster Street - SoHo, New York
Nadja Marcin - Artist Talk | DIAP - Digital Interdisciplinary Arts Practice MFA at CCNY | 1 May, 4 p.m. | The City College, New York.
PEEKSKILL PROJECT V @ HVCCA Video Room: Irina Arnaut, Nadja Verena Marcin and Sean Carroll | April 12 - May 5, 2013
Join us in celebrating the award for Art and Language! Opening Reception: Friday, 12th April 2013, 6 p.m. at Kulturstiftung Sparkasse UnnaKamen, Bahnhofstraße 37, 59423 Unna.
A group exhibition w New York premiere //KIDS// featuring: KATHE BURKHART, JAMIE DEARING, MICHAEL DELUCIA, SUSANNA HOWE, NADJA MARCIN, GEORGE WILSON, ADAM WINNER curated by Peter Campus, Michael Cohen, Edward Holland and Hugh O'Rourke
ACTION MANUAL Vol. I / II presents a multi-site solo exhibition from New York-based German artist Nadja Verena Marcin, currently on view at Dortmunder Kunstverein and the Orangerie of the castle Rheda. ACTION MANUAL Vol. I / II displays a body of work driven by a range of artistic strategies. From meticulously directed short films to wild guerrilla performances, Marcin’s work continuously disrupts easy resolution by answering questions with questions. For ACTION MANUAL Vol. I / II, the two institutions will highlight the multifaceted quality of Nadja Verena Marcin’s work and its exploration of possibility and the limits of action. Marcin points at the matter that goes along with every action; the fear of providing the interest feeling with belief. In these works, Marcin's actions are seemingly ir/rational, but strive to construct a situation that grounds the self in an authentic form of existence. These actions carry a selfless, constructive potential where irrational and rational can coexist in balance and harmony.
As the six hour live performance trip “Journey to Egypt" unfolds in a bus, 40 guests will be led to the exhibition halls of Dortmunder Kunstverein in Dortmund, the Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten in Marl and the Orangerie at the castle of Rheda. The live performance goes back to an event in 2007, in which the artist went alone on a bus trip to the Sinai region, which was bombed a year earlier. The title refers to the children's' Journey to Jerusalem "and acts as a reminder for a romantic theme that has fallen by the current political situation of the Sinai into disrepute. The journey begins in the city of Cairo in the Catskills, leads to the Bedouins at the foot of Sinai and from there to a group of young Turks in West Germany, and finally to a castle with a princess and prince. It reflects upon the psychological processes of projection and faith.
NVM in residency July/ August 2012.
Performance by Nadja Verena Marcin and video works by Kathryn Garcia, Nadja Verena Marcin, and Prinz Gholam.
Wed, April 04, 2012: »KIDS« Screening - world premiere and discussion with director Nadja Verena Marcin at ZKM_Lecture Hall, 8 p.m., admission free. The project was supported by the DAAD and the culture ministry of Nordrhine-Westfalia.
Group show of gallery artists at 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel.
German photography now - Emotion, Drama, Narration for stylistic variety with German photographers Nadja Verena Marcin, Philipp Schumacher, Jessica Zaydan at Jinsun Gallery, Seoul curated by Sun-Jung Kim.
The Solo Project | jens fehring gallery | 15 - 19 June 2011
jens fehring gallery presents Nadja Verena Marcin with a solo presentation featuring videos, photography and sculptural elements of her performances.
Solo exhibition “Lost in Translation” with works by the New York video and performance artist Nadja Verena Marcin at the jens fehring gallery.