Leader of the world-renowned performance group Forced Entertainment and independent visual artist and writer, Tim Etchells, will have his prolific works exhibited between Februrary 18-27 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
Etchells work ranges from performance to video, photography, text projects, installation and fiction. Having collaborated with visual artists, choreographers, and photographers including Meg Stuart, Boris Charmatz, Asta Groting, Wendy Houstoun, Elmgreen & Dragset, Philipp Gehmacher, Hugo Glendinning, Vlatka Horvat and many others.
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The Notebook, 7:30 pm
In this performance, two actors play twin brothers struggling with morality in WWII Central Europe. Based off of a novel by Agota Kristof. Running time: 2 hours. May contain mature content; recommended for ages 16+.
Speak Bitterness, 4:00 pm
This classic Forced Entertainment piece was first performed in 1994 and shows a group of penitents confessing every single crime from the mundane to the violent. Running time: 6 hours (attendees may leave and return).
(In) Complete Works: TableTop Shakespeare, 7:30 pm