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Chromatic Dinner

Title: Chromatic Dinner (2019)

Collaboration (Performance Artist/Host) with Director Martin Butler

Commissioned by Design Week, Vienna


Description: This Neo-Futurist Dinner allows the participants to re-think the ways in which the world of food, art, and science come together. Following the logic of senses, this dining experience challenges the way food influences our emotions, sensations, thoughts, and associations. Every course is inspired by a different color, corresponding to each of the Chinese elements: Tree, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water.  

Givenchy SS13

Title: Givenchy SS13 (2015) 

Collaboration (Performance Artist) with Performance Artist Marina Abramovic (Artistic Direction) and Fashion Designer Riccardo Tiscci

Long Durational Performance 

Commissioned and produced by Givenchy

Exhibition venue: Pier 23, New York

Duration: 4h


Photography: Marco Del Fiol and Philippe Fortunato 


Work Relation

Title: Work Relation (2015) 

Collaboration (Performance Artist) with Performance Artist Marina Abramovic and Director Dustin Lynn

Produced by Subject in association with the Marina Abramović Institute + Adidas

Creative Direction: Marco Brambilla

Photographic Direction: John Schmidt

Description: The three-minute video captures the first ever re-staging of Abramović and Ulay’’s 1978 performance ‘Work Relation’ – which focuses on commitment, teamwork and the strength found in togetherness – re-imagined through the lens of the popular quadrennial sporting event. 

Location: Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, New York

The Artist is Present

Title: The Artist is Present (2010) 

Collaboration (Performance Artist) with Performance Artist Marina Abramović

Commissioned and produced by MoMA, New York

Film Director: Matthew Akers

Description: The Artist is Present work was inspired by Abramovic's belief that stretching the length of a performance beyond expectations serves to alter our perception of time and foster a deeper engagement in the experience. 

Exhibition venue: MoMA, New York

Duration: 14 March 2010 - 31 May 2010


Photography: Marco Anelli and Matthew Akers 

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