Sur Sur / South South

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Show simple item record Brown, Carol en Vargas, M en Holdaway, Alys en Harvey, Mark en Loncon, E en Corvalán-Pincheira, M en Oyarzun, B en Goujon, D en
dc.contributor.other Backulic, N en
dc.contributor.other Campbell, M en
dc.contributor.other Garcia, A en
dc.contributor.other Marini, D en
dc.contributor.other Morand, F en
dc.contributor.other Loncon, E en
dc.contributor.other Brown, Carol en
dc.contributor.other Holdaway, Alys en
dc.coverage.spatial Museo De Arte Contemporanéo, Santiago, Chile en 2018-12-02T22:28:29Z en
dc.identifier.citation Museo De Arte Contemporanéo, Santiago, Chile. 16 - 18 Nov 2017 en
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dc.description Brown, C. (Choreography; co-direction; performance; video installation), Harvey, M. (Video installation), Longley, A. (Choreography; performance; installation),Vargas, M. (Curation; direction; choreography),Loncon, E. (Performer; musician/singer), Corvalán-Pincheira, M. (Performance objects), Oyarzun, B. (Video installation), Goujon, D. (Video documentation) en
dc.description.abstract Sur Sur is a collaboration between dance, performance and visual artists and researchers from Santiago, Chile and Auckland, New Zealand. Sur Sur is supported by dance programmes at the University of Auckland and the University of Chile and the Museo de Arte Contemporaneó, Santiago. Initiated by Marisol Vargas (Chile) following her residency in New Zealand and involvement with Carol Brown through the DART project (Dance and Visual Art, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki / Dance Studies the University of Auckland) the catalyst for the project is a desire to develop collaboration between visual artists and performance makers from the Global South who share an interest in questions of identity, belonging and artistic responses to contemporary crises through inter-arts processes. The artists met and workshopped together in Santiago generating a performance and exhibition presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago 16-18th November; with the exhibition running 16th Nov - 3rd Dec 2017. A Symposium hosted by the Museum and University of Chile explored critical contexts of decolonisation through dialogues around instability and change, between art forms and creative communities.Carol Brown presented her dance video, Releasing Her Archive as part of the exhibition and performed a choreography developed in response to the provocations of Sur Sur and her recent research into moving archives. en
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dc.format.extent 60 minutes en
dc.format.medium Inter-Arts en
dc.relation.ispartof Sur Sur / South South en
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dc.title Sur Sur / South South en
dc.type Performance en
dc.rights.holder Copyright: The author en en
pubs.commissioning-body The University of Auckland en
pubs.finish-date 2017-11-18 en
pubs.start-date 2017-11-16 en
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pubs.elements-id 716568 en Creative Arts and Industries en Dance Studies Programme en Brown, C. (choreography; co-direction; performance; video installation) Harvey, M. (video installation) Longley, A. (choreography; performance; installation) Vargas, M. (curation; direction; choreography) Loncon, E. (performer; musician/singer) Corvalán-Pincheira, M. (performance objects) Oyarzun, B. (video installation) Goujon, D. (video documentation) en
pubs.record-created-at-source-date 2017-11-21 en

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