Monday, November 12th at 8 PM


THE AMERICAN HEADSHOT: David Levine considers the American actor portrait
from the point of view of metaphysics, ethics, commerce and non-fame.

DAVID LEVINE is the founder of CiNE, an interdisciplinary collective
dedicated to examining the conditions of spectacle and spectatorship across
a range of media ( Video, photography, and
performance work in Documenta XII (performance), CABINET Magazine, Gavin
Brown@Passerby, Biorama-Projekt, HAU2, Rohkunstbau XIV, Prelude ’07, and
Galerie Magnus Mueller, Berlin. Theater work at Sundance Theater Lab, the
Atlantic, Primary Stages, the Vineyard Theater, New York Stage & Film, SPF,
New Dramatists, among others, in the US. Recent work has been featured in
the New York Times, Art/US, BOMB, THEATER, TDR, Theater Heute, and Theater
der Zeit. He is the recipient of a 2007 NYFA Fellowship for Cross-
Disciplinary/Performative work, and most recently staged BAUERNTHEATER, a
durational performance funded by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes. He is the
Director of Performance at the European College of Liberal Arts, Berlin. He
lives in Berlin and New York.