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Kyrahm + Julius Kaiser is an international artist couple based in Rome, with individual expertise in the fields of visual and performance art, video art, film and activism. Upon their encounter, they started the project Human Installations, a research comprising contemporary art, live art and avant-garde theatre. In a constant dialogue with cinema, they create works of video art, documentaries and films. Their interest lies on the social function of the artist, existential dynamics, the role of identity, and the experimentation along mental and physical limits and gender roles. Kyrahm + Julius Kaiser is an international artist couple based in Rome, with individual expertise in the fields of visual and performance art, video art, film and LGTB activism. Upon their encounter, they started the project Human Installations, a research comprising contemporary art, live art and avant-garde theatre. In a constant dialogue with cinema, they create works of video art, documentaries and films. Their interest lies on the social function of the artist, existential dynamics, the role of identity, and the experimentation along mental and physical limits and gender roles. Their work has been presented in many countries of the world and has received prizes and institutional awards. They curated for many years the International Performance Art Festival Mutazioni with their project Extreme Gender Art. Museum MACRO – Contemporary Art Museum in Rome; Winners of the International Art Prize Laguna in Venice ( Italy, 2009) Tese dell’Arsenale, The Blue Wedding with Annie Sprinkle during a collateral event of Venice Biennale (Italy, 2009) Museum of the Human Rights, Deformes Biennale (Chile, 2013) Venice International Performance Art Week (Italy, 2016) Werkstaddt der Kulturen (Berlin, 2008) Dinnerwave Art Gallery (Arizona, USA, 2009) Among the Best Gender Exploration Performance in the World (Columbus, Ohio, 2009) Untouchable curated by Franko B (London, GB, 2012) Museum Villa Croce i

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Thomas Hirschhorn