1. Jon Mikel Euba developed a new work as part of If I Can’t Dance’s Edition III – Masquerade (2008–2010), that was presented at different stages at Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art, Kopenhagen; de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam; Sala Rekalde, Bilbao; Project Arts centre, Dublin; and the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.

        Jon Mikel Euba (1967) is based in Bilbao. Solo exhibitions of his work include ‘Condensed Velazquez’ in Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid (2008), ‘Jugando con piedras’, Moises Perez de Albeniz Gallery, Pamplona (2007) and ’Kill’em all’ in the Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona (2003). Euba’s work was also part of ‘Les Rencontres Internationales’ in Paris, Madrid and Berlin (2008), the Istanbul Biennale (2005) and the Busan Biennale, Korea (2005).

      1. Since 2006, Jon Mikel Euba has been developing RE: Horse, a ‘concert of images’ put into operation by two cameramen, a horse and its guide, the projection of Andy Warhol’s film of the Velvet Underground and Nico jamming in the Factory (1966), and the audience present, including photographers documenting the performance. Jon Mikel Euba further developed Re: Horse in the framework of Edition III – Masquerade.

        RE: Horse has had several manifestations in the last years and sparked off related lecture performances. The formal challenges explored in RE: Horse, as well as the issues addressed content wise, are complex and multi-layered, in accordance with its structure that reminds of the ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’. The ‘story line’ of this performative installation is supported by an open score in which man, woman, child, animal, object, and space are configured and reconfigured in an inexhaustible assembly of relations and representations.

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