Online Performances by Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory & Dani d’Emilia at the ArtsEverywhere Festival
Our next set of events at the ArtsEverywhere Festival feature internationally-acclaimed artists pushing the boundaries of performance to connect audiences to the world around them.
Wednesday, June 9th // 3PM EDT
Live-streamed Zoom performance and Q&A
In “Aannersaq – A patch of ground where the snow has melted”, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory creates an intimate and immediate world for a story about love of land, love of homeland, and homelessness in homeland.
This special performance will be live-streamed for the ArtsEverywhere Festival from Iqaluit, and Laakkuluk will be in conversation with festival co-curator Elwood Jimmy after the performance.
Register via Zoom and receive the link to this live event.
Wednesday, June 16th // 3PM EDT
Performative reading by artist Dani d’Emilia
Radical Tenderness is a term that Dani d’Emilia first encountered whilst working as part of the transnational performance collective La Pocha Nostra. Since then, she has been engaged in a multi-layered embodied investigation of radical tenderness’ intimate, political and metabolic movements. As part of her work with the Gesturing Towards Decolonial Futures collective, Dani and Vanessa Andreotti recently co-wrote a short text entitled “Co-sensing with Radical Tenderness.” For this occasion, Dani will be inviting us to enlargen the field of intimacies that seem available to us, journeying through and beyond our screens and physical bodies, being politically and critically alert whilst also opening ourselves to being affectively attuned to—and held by—the wider metabolism we are all part of.
This event is curated by Vanessa Andreotti as part of the Imagining Otherwise program, and co-presented by Publication Studio Guelph, publisher of the English translation of “Co-Sensing with Radical Tenderness.”
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