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We Should All Be Dreaming (Only for BIPoCs)
27. April 14:00 - 16:00
"The possible has been tried and failed. Now it's time to try the impossible!"
WE SHOULD ALL BE DREAMING is a concept that focuses on the radical potential of dreaming as a restorative and subversive practice.
It comes with a straightforward suggestion: we should all be dreaming radical utopian dreams of common futures. Situating itself somewhere between a collective think tank, choreographed gathering, a performance and a lecture the project gently invites the participants to spend time together, listen together and dream together.
WSABD is a collaboration between choreographer Sonya Lindfors and writer and activist Maryan Abdulkarim who both are interested in radical speculative and decolonial practices.
The world around us is plagued by fear, anger and hate of the unknown but WSABD attempts a strategic deviation - it does not only fight against, react to or reveal the grim realities of the surrounding world but instead works as a platform of soft resistance by making space for communal coexistence.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the event. Please note that this event is for BiPOCs only.
>>The event is accessible for wheelchair users.
About the artist and activist duo of WSABD:
Sonya Lindfors is a Helsinki-based choreographer and artistic director. In all her work, Lindfors pursues to shake and challenge existing power structures, penetrate the society, and empower the community. Website
Maryan Abdulkarim is Helsinki-based writer and public intellectual. She’s interested in themes relating to freedom and shifting the contexts in which we dream and create futures in the present.
Sonya Lindfors and Maryan Abdulkarim
Sonya Lindfors, Maryan Abdulkarim, Roy Boswell, Erno Aaltonen, David Muoz, Danai Anagnostou
Essi Orpana, Sonya Lindfors
Spring Utrecht – festival, Baltic Circle – festival, Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux
WSABD is supported by Perform Europe, Rosendal International Theatre (Norway), CODA Oslo International Dance Festival (Norway), Oyoun Kultur NeuDenken gUG (Germany), LIFT Festival (UK), Independent Dance(UK), Urban Apa (Finland), H2DANCE/Fest en Fest (UK) and TelepArt by Finnish Institute in Germany.
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