Serpentine Sackler Gallery 22 Mar 2014 Free

Movements (Pesce, Rams, Smith) was a performative work by artist Pascale Berthier, led by Amelie Hegardt, inviting the audience to respond to the exhibition curated by Martino Gamper by taking part in the ritual activity of arranging and rearranging.

Born 1980 in Los Angeles, Pascale Berthier currently lives and works in London. Her work incorporates performance, installation, ceramics, sculpture, photography and film. She has participated in group exhibitions and collaborative projects including Session_2_Flags, Am Nuden Da, London (2009); Sean Dockray’s Public Monument at Shadowboxing, Royal College of Art, London (2011); Members Show, Outpost, Norwich (2011) and co-authored the first issue of DA with Cerith Wyn Evans in 2013.

Saturdays Live explore ideas and practices connected to Serpentine Galleries exhibitions through performances, interventions and participatory actions.

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