Screen recording of Dulce Lamarca's endurance online performance Can You here Me?

Past Exhibition

Can you here me?. Dulce Lamarca

Mane 23 Mei

Monday 23 May


Can you here me?

Join artist Dulce Lamarca for an endurance online performance taking place on Rāhina 23 Mei / Monday 23 May, 8am–2pm via Zoom.


Can you here me? is the second in a series of online performances where the artist is present at a distance, in her studio in New York for a prolonged period of time. The first iteration of Can you here me? took place in November, 2019–before the COVID pandemic– at Proyecto Casa Intervenida in Buenos Aires, Argentina: the artist’s hometown.

Dulce Lamarca has been experimenting with films, performances and mediated spaces to explore how to engage an audience intimately both off and on a screen. (...) Investigations of time and space as conceptual and sculptural material play out in the performative videos of Dulce Lamarca. Her distance performances to gallery audiences via remote screen-sharing gains even more relevance to our zoom-laden world of today. - curator, Regine Basha


Terms of engagement:
Participants can join and leave any time during the six hours of performance. Participation is encouraged but not required. Participants are invited to engage through video, audio, or chat. The Zoom meeting will not be recorded.* Participants’ videos will automatically be turned off when joining the meeting.

Dulce Lamarca

Dulce Lamarca is an Argentinian-born interdisciplinary artist and educator currently living and working in New York. She holds a BFA with orientation in Painting and Arts Education from Regina Espacio de Arte (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and a MFA in Fine Arts from SVA School of Visual Arts (New York, NY).

Lamarca’s work has been exhibited in Five Myles (Brooklyn, NY), Tramo (Panama City, Panama), A.I.R. Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Spring Break Art Show (New York, NY), Satellite Art Show (Miami, FL), Doral Contemporary Art Museum (Doral, Miami, FL), Proyecto Casa Intervenida (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Latin American Theater Experiment & Associates, (New York, NY), Centro Cultural Borges (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Luxun Academy of Fine Art and Lankai Gallery (Anshan, China), among others.