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April 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Experience the new immersive work – a social choreography – by choreographer and professor Michael Kliën. In times of the systemic destruction of our environment, Amendment offers a container to reform our relationship with the unknown, the foreign, the animal. The work provides citizens with extraordinary experiences to temporarily transcend the human/non-human divide and dive into a relationship of reciprocal belonging.
Free; prior registration required.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and confirm participation in either session (or both). Limited places. Dinner is catered after the event (optional). Masks are still encouraged in this context.
AMENDMENT, a social choreography that grew out of Kliën’s seminal work Parliament in response to the urgency of the situation, works on both the now and the next. It can acutely affect those who partake and the/their web of relations, the ecology to which they belong. At the same time, it develops the imagination for what comes after the catastrophe. How to rebuild? What do you rebuild? Going forward, AMENDMENT wants to mend, to provide a viable lifeboat into the next.
Choreographic Concept: Michael Kliën
Project Management: Courtney Crumpler
- April 18
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
- Event Category:
- Laboratory for Social Choreography
- Laboratory for Social Choreography at the Kenan Institute for Ethics