Cut-Up 11/30
Ellen Yeon Kim und
Mark von Schlegell
MUFA (Museum of Unfinished Art)
Radio Play /Performance


Program of the exhibition Cut-Up

Friday 11/30, 9 pm

Radio Play /Performance
Ellen Yeon Kim and Mark von Schlegell, MUFA (Museum of Unfinished Art)
40 min, in English

MUFA (The Museum of Unfinished Art) is a science fiction story built out of cut-up writings of Mark von Schlegell, delivered through dramatic reading, sound and projection by Ellen Yeon Kim and Mark von Schlegell. Kim und von Schlegell met in 2012 during von Schlegell’s Pure Fiction Seminar at Staedelschule, Frankfurt. They have collaborated on numerous performances and theatrical productions since, and co-directed the Ellen Yeon Kim scripted interpretation of William Shakespeare, Der Tempest, performed by Pure Fiction at Kunsthalle Darmstadt 2017.

Performed and directed by Mark von Schlegell and Ellen Yeon Kim 
Sound by Ellen Yeon Kim and Mark von Schlegell
Film by Ellen Yeon Kim
Text by Mark von Schlegell

Mark von Schlegell (b. 1967) has worked as a writer and as an artist/performer/producer since the 1990′s. His science fiction novels are published by Semiotexte. His shorter writings appear in art catalogs, magazines and films the world over. His latest literary theory / art-book crossover Realometer Re-Loaded is out now from Jan Kaps, Cologne.

Ellen Yeon Kim (b. 1985) works as an artist and a writer/translator. Using the mechanism of narrative, she works with the fallacy of the virtuousness imposed by society. Ellen works with video/photo installations, sound, poetry and theatre; she studied at Städelschule, in the class of Peter Fischli and of Simon Starling and graduated as Meisterschülerin, and studied at Slade School of Art for her BA. Her last reported location is available on

Admission €4 / concessions €2. Free for members.

With the kind support of Gaffel

Image: Ellen Yeon Kim