Recent occurrences provided the inspiration for the two MAK NITEs of 15 and 22 February 2011, both of which will focus on
how artists deal with the flow of information and with intellectual property law on the World Wide Web.
The solo performance Add to Favourites, conceived for Malika Fankha, poses the question as to authenticity and
its status. Like. Dislike. We comment on everything. We click on links, we add bookmarks, and we compile lists
of favorites. We dont dream up storieswe search the Internet. We dont wait for informationwe ask our
smart phones. What to do with this constant flood of knowledge and ideas? Can we simply use and exploit it? Is anyone still
asking who originally produced it? In a playful manner, Malika Fankha shows how social sharing can be employed
as the basis for a performance work. What happens when the performer exits the creative process and restricts herself merely
to ideas execution?