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All 2015

  • Grown in Edmonton, Canada

    Grown Having lived in Canada with a much beloved host family, one of the performers returned to them many years later. After being away for so long the performer chose to use the word grown to speak to her own personal growth since being away.

  • Bless in Banff National Park, Canada

    Bless The Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park and third oldest worldwide. It’s also one of the world’s most visited national parks, each year attracting millions of visitors. The performer chose the word ‘bless’ as a reminder of how blessed she feels every time she visits the national Read more [...]

  • Future in Seoul, South Korea

    Future The Common Center is a dynamic new art space located in Seoul. In a city with hundreds of art spaces and the most private art museums worldwide, this space seeks to operate with a new model, trying to effectively support new artists and break the collector-dealer-artist triangle. To some, Read more [...]

  • Gender equality in Seoul, South Korea

    Gender equality The students that produced and participated in this performance attend one of the best schools in South Korea. Many of the women find themselves in fields of study that are male-dominated, often facing harassment. Many of the men find themselves unable to pursue their studies of interest due Read more [...]

  • Trees in Sacramento, US

    Trees For one of the performances during the museum’s workshop the performers chose to use the word trees to represent the city’s claim of having the world’s most trees of any city and it’s nickname- The City Of Trees. Produced in partnership with Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, USA.

  • Pure in Jeongdongjin, South Korea

    Pure Jeongdongjin in Gangneung is a place in South Korea where people go during the weekends to enjoy some much needed rest and relaxation. The performers, all coming from the busy metropolitan city of Seoul, described the slow life of the locals as „pure“, forcing them to slow down and Read more [...]

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