A young woman of Colour with long, wavy black hair stands to one side in front of a grey curtain. She wears a thin coat made of blue woven fabric. She looks seriously over her shoulder at the camera and holds her hands in front of her stomach.
© Emily Parr x Papa Clothing
A young woman of Colour with long, wavy black hair stands to one side in front of a grey curtain. She wears a thin coat made of blue woven fabric. She looks seriously over her shoulder at the camera and holds her hands in front of her stomach.
© Emily Parr x Papa Clothing
Material Goods
Performance / Theory / Network

Pelenakeke Brown

In-between space, movement and time

Info

Recommended for 12 years and older

Dates

Friday

2/3/23

4:15 PM

k2

bis 17:00

/ Admission free

Lecture

Saturday

2/4/23

5:00 PM

p1

60 Min.

Registration via ticketlink free of charge.

Open Studio

Pelenakeke Brown is a curator, choreographer and artist whose practice is rooted in the Samoan concept »va«, which describes people’s social relationship and their connections to the world. She transforms these concepts into poetry, dance and visual arts in her exploration of technology and indigenous culture. In her one-week residency at Kampnagel, she will deal with questions, such as: What is the smallest movement you can make? How do you draw movement in space and time? How do technology, painting and movement interact with each other? How can you develop choreographic practices further on the computer keyboard? And how do you find the »va« at Kampnagel? Pelenakeke Brown’s work addresses the disabled body and explores the normative understanding of dance, notation, material and archive by playing with choreographic spaces on and off stage. To this end, she will give a lecture at the conference”Material Goods” and offer an open space in which viewers can get to know her practice better.


Choreography: Pelenakeke Brown

Supportey by Kampnagel and Europe beyond access