The moving image is the key medium of Kunsthalle Zürich’s solo show Portrait of an Eye by Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz. Key to their imagery is the vivacious participation of their contributors, in both form and content. Our program of theory and education seeks to juxtapose those images on screen with living bodies in the gallery space. This evening, conceived together with the artists, presents performances by two main contributors and a close colleague of Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz: The New York and Stockholm-based artist Emily Roysdon is a long-term fellow of Boudry and Lorenz. This night, she presents the 6th version of her ongoing performance Uncounted (performance 6) which results from her text of the same title. A version of it has been presented in New York, performed by the artist Sharon Hayes (among others) who also features in Boudry/Lorenz' new film-installation I WANT (2015). Antonia Baehr/Werner Hirsch is the protagonist of various video works, here on show in Opaque (2014). Together with Pauline Boudry on the turntables Werner Hirsch created the solo dance piece DANCING FOR THE REVOLUTION IN TEMPORAL DRAG especially for this evening. The performances will be followed by drinks and music by Inge Moser (modular bridge pop, synths, feminist post-punk).