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Jasmin Schaitl, Hands on. Practicing Experience.

Published 12 Feb 2024
24 Feb — 29 Mar 2024
wernisaż: 24.02.23, godz. 18:00

EXIT ASP Wrocław
Browar Mieszczański
ul. Hubska, Wrocław 

We would like to invite you to the opening of the doctoral exhibition, which will take place at EXIT ASP Wrocław on 24 February at 6pm.

𝗛𝗔𝗡𝗗𝗦 𝗢𝗡. 𝗣𝗿𝗮𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗰𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗘𝘅𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲 is a participatory exhibition, inviting visitors to explore guided exercises through visual and written instructions of performative tasks. Visitors can experiment with these exercises in their own tempo, while being in, and spending time in the space.

The exhibition invites visitors to re-experience joyful memories of their past through artistic approaches, involving the body and the mind, opening a vast field of experiencing oneself through new perspectives.

Curators: Paweł Czekański, Magdalena Grzybowska

Co-organised by: Szkoła Doktorska ASP Wrocław 

Ioannis Anastasiou - Misprint Studio, sitodruk instrukcji na tkaninie

Jasmin Schaitl

Schaitl is an internationally active visual artist, performer, organiser, lecturer, and graduated in 2012 at the University of applied Arts, Vienna. From 2021 to 2022 she was co-leading the INTRA Research Project WITHDRAWING THE PERFORMER with Charlotta Ruth in the same University. She is a PhD Candidate at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design (Wrocław). Since 2019 she is affiliated to the Angewandte Performance Laboratory, Vienna. In 2024, together with Daria Lytvynenko, she is co-leading the international collaboration project "Narrative Presences", co-funded by Zusa Culture (Creative Europe). The project offers artistic workshops for Ukrainian Refugees in collaboration with local institutions. The workshops aim to heighten the participants well-being and strengthen mental health, create agency and awareness. The project will take place in Austria, the Czech Republic and Ukraine.


Since 2014 she is regularly facilitating workshops sharing her performative approach in universities, institutions and performance festivals. She focuses on developing artistic, performative, pedagogical methods that combine the sense of touch, the theme of memory and contemplative practices. Within her PhD project, she published a “handbook of performative practices” that intend to train the mind, and raise well-being through artistic exercises that can be done by anyone without prior knowledge. Since 2021, she has created participatory works on a low-threshold level, inviting people to engage and co-create, which allows for a processual, specific reflection and contemplation of past, positive, individual experiences.


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