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22. April 19:00 - 21:00
(DE)CODING TRAJECTORIES - The body was always a centre of an ongoing investigation
(De)Coding Trajectories will be a performance research process taking place in Prague. Artists Ahmad BaBa and Gugulethu Duma invite practitioners concerned with decoding and recoding embodied memory to enter into an exchange where the body is a centre of the ongoing investigation.For this residency, the artists are looking to collaborate with practitioners concerned with Subaltern states of being and the development of liberatory praxis in the community.
(De)coding Trajectories takes place as part of the Embodied Temporalities project by Oyoun Berlin in partnership with Dafa Puppet Theatre.
Within the framework of Embodied Temporalities – Tracing the memories our bodies hold, cultural practitioners explore identities, belonging and embodied memories from diasporic, decolonial and queer perspectives. What memories are stored in our bodies? What can our bodies tell us about ourselves, our past and our future?
In Embodied Temporalities - Tracing the memories our bodies hold, the central artistic work of this Perform Europe project, cultural practitioners explore identities, belonging and embodied memories from diasporic, decolonial and queer perspectives. Embodied Temporalities is research, archiving, exhibition and performance project under the artistic direction of Madhumita Nandi with artists Ahmad BaBa and Gugulethu 'Dumama' Duma.
We invite you to join the exhibition after the residency!
Time? 19:00 – 21:00
Where? Studio Alta (Prague)
This international collaboration is made possible by Perform Europe. Perform Europe is an EU-funded project aiming to rethink how performing arts works are presented across borders in a more inclusive, sustainable and balanced way by testing new touring and distribution practices and providing policy recommendations for a future EU support scheme. This 18-month journey includes a research phase, launching a digital platform, testing a support scheme, and designing policy recommendations.
Perform Europe is funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and co-managed by a Consortium of 5 organisations:
IETM – International network for contemporary performing arts
the European Festivals Association (EFA), Circostrada
EDN – European Dancehouse Network, and IDEA Consult.