Memoria de Larga Distancia (Long-distance Memory, 2017)
Memoria de Larga Distancia (Long-distance Memory, 2017)

Part of La Llamada (The Call), a collective exhibition of short-duration audio artworks. Bahía en Sonora Sound Art Festival & Museo Ferrowhite, Bahía Blanca, Argentina. 
In Memoria de Larga Distancia, a "stolen" childhood memory (provided by a Colombian artist) was recounted by Seringhaus in Spanish, and in the first person. The artist's accented voice quickly made it clear to listeners that the story was second-hand, yet their experience of it remained intimate. 

Don't Lie in Bed With Shoes On (2016/17)
Don't Lie in Bed With Shoes On (2016/17)

Installation & live performance, in collaboration w/ Ana Patiño & Camila Riveros. Part of the DEBATTERIE! Antagonismen Aufführen program in Bremen. Re-mounted at AKTION Hamburg. Patiño & Riveros' installation explored the dynamics of privacy, surveillance & performance. While recorded voices described true examples of violated privacy, a live audio broadcast (sung and spoken by Seringhaus) forced the audience to question dynamics of public vs. private & fact vs. fiction.

Hourglass Dinnertime (2014)
Hourglass Dinnertime (2014)

Performance, part of the "In Times of Conflict" series at the Immigration Office art space in Bremen, Germany. In this series, performances were viewed from outside the gallery. Hourglass Dinnertime played with the idea of self-induced chronophobia, and the action played out over 15 minutes and was accompanied by a music soundtrack broadcast outside the gallery space. 
 

D is for Dunce (2015)
D is for Dunce (2015)

Site-specific audio installation presented as part of the "Work" exhibition at the Other Music Academy in Weimar, Germany. This piece used the dunce cap as a starting point for experimenting with the traditional audio guide format - and with notions of trust and authority in voice-over narration. The track was intentionally broadcast in its unedited form, hinting at the tensions inherent in contemporary self-directed artistic practice.

Tourgasm! (2015)
Tourgasm! (2015)

Performance/guided tour as part of B-Tours Berlin. Artists Danielle Kourtesis (USA/Germany), Nima Keshtar (Iran), Iva Kirova (Bulgaria) and Ina Weise (Germany) created Tourgasm: Marzahn, a "once-in-a-lifetime transcendental journey into transcendence." This ironic, atmospheric, champagne-soaked tour ended in the Freizeitforum Marzahn, where Claire Flaubert performed a final cabaret-style song in the grand ballroom.

Signal of the City (2014)
Signal of the City (2014)

Performative walk, Sarajevo, Bosnia. After the riots of early 2014, which began fiercely but dissipated after a few short days, a debate remained to be had in Sarajevo. This performative walk was a response to this state of suspension. It began at the viewing point near the Yellow Fortress, and proceeded through town to the Sarajevo Kanton. Signal of the City was captured by Pezhman Zahed, and was developed as part of the Bauhaus 2014/1914 project of the Bauhaus-Universität Public Art & New Artistic Strategies MFA.

Find Yourself in a Comfortable Position (2014)
Find Yourself in a Comfortable Position (2014)

First exhibited as part of Salon Pink at Weimar's Gaswerk. This is the first piece in an ongoing series which uses the classic guided relaxation format to explore the absurdities inherent in consumer culture, and the myth of total self-actualization through positive thinking.

River, Stay Away From My Door (2014)
River, Stay Away From My Door (2014)

Performance & video, Kino Bosna, Sarajevo. Devastating floods hit Bosnia in 2014. While the destruction was occurring just miles down the road, I was undertaking a residency in Sarajevo as part of the Bauhaus Universität MFA Public Art & New Artistic Strategies. This short performance, shot at Sarajevo's Kino Bosna, features the blues song "River, Stay Away from My Door," sung to an audience of one. The work considers the futility & falsehood of the expressive voice when used in complex foreign spaces.

Short Burst (2015)
Short Burst (2015)

Video loop commissioned for the exhibition "What's Up, Novalis?" at the Jena Stadtspeicher, Jena, Germany. This video piece was a reflection on the dream-like state induced by the modern social environment, wherein personal and professional spheres blend together and the neverending incoming stream of information becomes a blur.

1,2,3,4... bin immer noch hier (2014)
1,2,3,4... bin immer noch hier (2014)

Audio Installation, E-Werk Weimar water tower, commissioned as part of Kunstfest Weimar 2014. This monologue-format audio installation took place at an abandoned cooling tower in Weimar, Germany. Combining German and English text, the piece dealt with spaces between –- between use & disuse, theater & installation, architecture & character, madness & sanity, relevant past & useful present.

Don't Leave Your Baggage Unattended (2015)
Don't Leave Your Baggage Unattended (2015)

Public performance w/ "speaking suitcase", Weimar Altstadt & Hauptbahnhof. The performance, a dialogue between the artist and her trapped voice, combined English and German text, and dealt with the frustration of dislocation and foreign-ness in the context of Weimar's rich history.

Weimar Altstadt Haarschnitt Collection (2013)
Weimar Altstadt Haarschnitt Collection (2013)

Public installation in the Weimar Stadtarchiv, presented as part of the 20th anniversary of the Bauhaus University's Art & Design Faculty. The work considered hair as a substance of memory, and one which is wildly transformed by context. At the same time, the work consciously highlighting the artist's status as a tourist, voyeur and cultural collector in Weimar's richly-preserved Altstadt area. 
 

Morning Routine (2014)
Morning Routine (2014)

This five-minute video monologue dealt with issues of constructed vs. innate identity, using the "inner scream" as a format. Screened at the Bauhaus-Universität.

Memoria de Larga Distancia (Long-distance Memory, 2017)
Don't Lie in Bed With Shoes On (2016/17)
Hourglass Dinnertime (2014)
D is for Dunce (2015)
Tourgasm! (2015)
Signal of the City (2014)
Find Yourself in a Comfortable Position (2014)
River, Stay Away From My Door (2014)
Short Burst (2015)
1,2,3,4... bin immer noch hier (2014)
Don't Leave Your Baggage Unattended (2015)
Weimar Altstadt Haarschnitt Collection (2013)
Morning Routine (2014)
Memoria de Larga Distancia (Long-distance Memory, 2017)

Part of La Llamada (The Call), a collective exhibition of short-duration audio artworks. Bahía en Sonora Sound Art Festival & Museo Ferrowhite, Bahía Blanca, Argentina. 
In Memoria de Larga Distancia, a "stolen" childhood memory (provided by a Colombian artist) was recounted by Seringhaus in Spanish, and in the first person. The artist's accented voice quickly made it clear to listeners that the story was second-hand, yet their experience of it remained intimate. 

Don't Lie in Bed With Shoes On (2016/17)

Installation & live performance, in collaboration w/ Ana Patiño & Camila Riveros. Part of the DEBATTERIE! Antagonismen Aufführen program in Bremen. Re-mounted at AKTION Hamburg. Patiño & Riveros' installation explored the dynamics of privacy, surveillance & performance. While recorded voices described true examples of violated privacy, a live audio broadcast (sung and spoken by Seringhaus) forced the audience to question dynamics of public vs. private & fact vs. fiction.

Hourglass Dinnertime (2014)

Performance, part of the "In Times of Conflict" series at the Immigration Office art space in Bremen, Germany. In this series, performances were viewed from outside the gallery. Hourglass Dinnertime played with the idea of self-induced chronophobia, and the action played out over 15 minutes and was accompanied by a music soundtrack broadcast outside the gallery space. 
 

D is for Dunce (2015)

Site-specific audio installation presented as part of the "Work" exhibition at the Other Music Academy in Weimar, Germany. This piece used the dunce cap as a starting point for experimenting with the traditional audio guide format - and with notions of trust and authority in voice-over narration. The track was intentionally broadcast in its unedited form, hinting at the tensions inherent in contemporary self-directed artistic practice.

Tourgasm! (2015)

Performance/guided tour as part of B-Tours Berlin. Artists Danielle Kourtesis (USA/Germany), Nima Keshtar (Iran), Iva Kirova (Bulgaria) and Ina Weise (Germany) created Tourgasm: Marzahn, a "once-in-a-lifetime transcendental journey into transcendence." This ironic, atmospheric, champagne-soaked tour ended in the Freizeitforum Marzahn, where Claire Flaubert performed a final cabaret-style song in the grand ballroom.

Signal of the City (2014)

Performative walk, Sarajevo, Bosnia. After the riots of early 2014, which began fiercely but dissipated after a few short days, a debate remained to be had in Sarajevo. This performative walk was a response to this state of suspension. It began at the viewing point near the Yellow Fortress, and proceeded through town to the Sarajevo Kanton. Signal of the City was captured by Pezhman Zahed, and was developed as part of the Bauhaus 2014/1914 project of the Bauhaus-Universität Public Art & New Artistic Strategies MFA.

Find Yourself in a Comfortable Position (2014)

First exhibited as part of Salon Pink at Weimar's Gaswerk. This is the first piece in an ongoing series which uses the classic guided relaxation format to explore the absurdities inherent in consumer culture, and the myth of total self-actualization through positive thinking.

River, Stay Away From My Door (2014)

Performance & video, Kino Bosna, Sarajevo. Devastating floods hit Bosnia in 2014. While the destruction was occurring just miles down the road, I was undertaking a residency in Sarajevo as part of the Bauhaus Universität MFA Public Art & New Artistic Strategies. This short performance, shot at Sarajevo's Kino Bosna, features the blues song "River, Stay Away from My Door," sung to an audience of one. The work considers the futility & falsehood of the expressive voice when used in complex foreign spaces.

Short Burst (2015)

Video loop commissioned for the exhibition "What's Up, Novalis?" at the Jena Stadtspeicher, Jena, Germany. This video piece was a reflection on the dream-like state induced by the modern social environment, wherein personal and professional spheres blend together and the neverending incoming stream of information becomes a blur.

1,2,3,4... bin immer noch hier (2014)

Audio Installation, E-Werk Weimar water tower, commissioned as part of Kunstfest Weimar 2014. This monologue-format audio installation took place at an abandoned cooling tower in Weimar, Germany. Combining German and English text, the piece dealt with spaces between –- between use & disuse, theater & installation, architecture & character, madness & sanity, relevant past & useful present.

Don't Leave Your Baggage Unattended (2015)

Public performance w/ "speaking suitcase", Weimar Altstadt & Hauptbahnhof. The performance, a dialogue between the artist and her trapped voice, combined English and German text, and dealt with the frustration of dislocation and foreign-ness in the context of Weimar's rich history.

Weimar Altstadt Haarschnitt Collection (2013)

Public installation in the Weimar Stadtarchiv, presented as part of the 20th anniversary of the Bauhaus University's Art & Design Faculty. The work considered hair as a substance of memory, and one which is wildly transformed by context. At the same time, the work consciously highlighting the artist's status as a tourist, voyeur and cultural collector in Weimar's richly-preserved Altstadt area. 
 

Morning Routine (2014)

This five-minute video monologue dealt with issues of constructed vs. innate identity, using the "inner scream" as a format. Screened at the Bauhaus-Universität.

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