JOIN US FOR OUR SECOND VOLUME OF THE WALL SERIES!

Presenting works by:

 Nicola Bullock | Manon Sif | Eri Watanabe

FRIDAY, MAY 18TH @ 20:00

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We were overwhelmed and overjoyed with the amount of talented artists with interest in performing at PAUL. In this edition we are proud to present the works of three outstanding artists: Nikola Bullock, Manon Sif, & Eri Watanabe. This bi-monthly performance series invites performers of all disciplines and in all stages of their work to perform amidst our new WALL. All proceeds of The Wall Series will go towards covering the costs of the new wall which makes this performance series possible! We are so lucky to have these artists in our presence. Don't miss this delightful evening! 

Doors Open: 19:30
Performance: 20:00
Donations: 5-10euro (Sliding Scale) at the door - Please reserve a spot on our Eventbrite Link!


*TICKETS*: We had such a huge turnout at our last show that not all attendees were able to see the show! This time, we ask you to kindly reserve a spot by clicking on our EVENTBRITE link. This way we won't sell out, and know how many guests to expect. THANK YOU!  

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/the-wall-series-vol-2-tickets-45930353925?ref=estw

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SOFT FISTS INSIST

NICOLA BULLOCK

What happens when dreams and reality collide? In "soft fists insist", a woman is confronted with popular images and ideas about how she-young, white, and female- should behave in the world. As she grapples to interpret these ideations, she begins to lose track of her deeper needs and fears. A piece about the space between what we are and what we imagine ourselves to be, "soft fists insist" asks the question, how does the unconscious relate to social constructions such as femininity, aging, and desire?

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ODE TO YOU

 

MANON SIV DUQUESNAY

High-five to the ridiculous effort to escape oneself. A tribute to the impossibility to comprehend. Anyways, the right circumstances will never be there.
Hope for their contributions, the black sheep illuminations. A sensorization of belonging to. An ode to the miseries, talents & imaginations of all those little fires unexpected.

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DESCRIBE

ERI WATANABE

I describe of my feelings, when I expression to something that I use to my body. My feelings is always not fixed, like a wave and electrocardiogram. My image flow into the outside.