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Internal Conflict, Krõõt Juurak, 2014-

Edition of 5 numbered conflicts, each different in kind.

Not documentable.
Resellable.

Conditions for activation:
The work occurs in specific situations (a business meeting, holidays, a dinner, an exhibition) and requires more than one person involved.

“Internal Conflict” is an ongoing improvisational intra-institutional performance, manifesting as signs of internal conflict within a team. The aim is to give a random bystander, the public or media the impression of inner tensions and slight unprofessionalism within the team. This “performance” can be witnessed as seemingly accidental more or less obvious incidents, for example a quarrel, misunderstandings during a pubic announcement, general mood in the office etc.


KRÕÕT JUURAK (b. 1981, Tallinn) is a choreographer and performer whose work, which comprises of performances, presentations, texts, workshops, mood shifts, challenges fixed definitions of choreography and performance. She graduated in dance and choreography from ArtEZ, Arnhem in 2003 and obtained an MA in Fine Arts from Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam. She has presented her work in a variety of forms at venues including Ellen de Bruijne Projects (Amsterdam 2013), Venice Biennale “oO” Pavillion (2013), Mindaugas Triennial, Contemporary Art Center (Vilnius 2012), ImPulsTanz (Vienna 2012), de Appel Art Centre (Amsterdam 2012), Super deLuxe (Tokyo 2011), Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen (Innsbruck 2010), Kunsthalle Wien project space (Vienna 2010), EKKM (Tallinn 2009), deSingel, (Antwerp 2008).

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