Art Parcours, a body and sculpture-based installation series located at the scenic St. Alban Tal along the Rhine, experimented with the body’s response to physical counter-normativity in the face of social and political oppression on Thursday and Sunday. It tied into Henrik Olesen’s How do I Make Myself a Body (2009), which tells the story of English mathematician and computer inventor Alan Turing. Part of the Art Parcours exhibit was a dance performance entitled, Bodies in Urban Space which took place on Thursday. Artist participants in Art Parcours are Ai Weiwei (who is currently detained in China), Janet Cardiff, Ugo Rondinone, Yinka Shonibare, and Gabriel Sierra among others.
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