Thursday, January 10, 2013
FIAF, Le Skyroom Full
2012 Crossing the Line artist, Jack Ferver returns to reprise his acclaimed lecture-performance commissioned for the festival.
In Mon Ma Mes, Ferver scrutinizes his life as an artist through an impersonal and stylized question-and-answer format. He then performs excerpts of an earlier work while simultaneously deconstructing it. The combination of humorous and dark self-analysis and performance creates an intimacy with the audience that reveals as much as it presents.
Duration: 45 min
FIAF, Le Skyroom
22 East 60th Street
New York, NY 10022
Jack Ferver’s work has been described as “restless, visceral, and often painful... as sympathetic as it is bitingly corrosive” by the New York Times. He has been creating full-length works since 2007. He has been presented at The Kitchen (NYC), Museum of Arts and Design as part of Performa 11 (NYC), PS 122 (NYC), The New Museum (NYC), Danspace Project (NYC), Abrons Art Center (NYC), MoMA PS1 (NY), Diverse Works in conjunction with Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston (Houston, TX), and Théâtre de Vanves in France. His work has been written about in The New York Times, The Financial Times, The New Yorker, Artforum, Modern Painters, and Dance Magazine. His writing has been published in the magazine Novembre. He has curated for Danspace Project, Center for Performance Research, and Dance New Amsterdam. He teaches privately as well as at New York University and has set choreography at The Juilliard School.