Unable to immediately turn in any direction the entrance stretches through the corridor, prolonged by a view of itself
from above. Unplugged faces, rehearsing one anothers limits, voices approaching the sensation of stability. Working with whatever together has become, each wall holds its own
set of instructions; an almost-object with a minimum of sixty-five pairs of shoes becoming members. The group unravels into
its figures, the architectural consequences of all of those bodies pressed together in space. Seth Weiner
For his conceptual project Choir Corridor, the American artist Seth Weiner has developed a score for a site- and space-specific performance in the MAK Columned Main
Hall that can thereafter be freely used and adapted to other sites. Working together with a professional choir, he will be
examining the interplay between human interaction and space with respect to group dynamics, crowd control mechanisms, protest
movements and blockades.
His work on this project also produced the limited-edition artists book roaming architectural objects.
The event series MAK NITE Lab was a platform for experiments and experimental designs till mid-2016. MAK NITE Lab was the MAK’s open laboratory for intercreativity held on selected Tuesday evenings; it served as a practical field
of experimentation for the contemporary scene and features artistic stances from contemporary art, (fashion) design, performance,
architecture, media and audiovisual art.