Happy HoursA Tilting Body of Precarious Maps & Migrant Constellations
A Tilting Body of Precarious Maps & Migrant Constellations
a curated journey through a labyrinth of immersive worlds, with a happy hour featuring artists from all over the world
thanks to everyone who came!
a durational interdisciplinary set of happy hours
open to anyone, anywhere in the world, via the interwebs
a curated journey through a labyrinth of immersive worlds,
with a happy hour featuring artists from all over the world
Participating artists include Jana, Renee Carmichael, humattering, mapeodebordes archive, Garrett Johnson, alys and pavle, Dan Lichtman, Joanna Cook, alys and Linda Knight, alys and Max, Practice Sharing, Yin Chi Lee.
Presented in association with the SloMoCo Fall Residency, Mapping Future Imaginaries, Concentric Curriculum, BusProjects Melbourne, and Dance Studies, University of Auckland.
how to audience
- make a one minute fleeting pass across this work in the middle of a boring meeting
- meet a friend you haven’t seen for awhile in the site and chat as you make your way through
- pay more attention to the people you are hanging out with than the work itself
- just enjoy spending a bit of time in the OFA Hall, with it’s splendid vibes, perhaps even get lost watching the light change
- leave your laptop on a shelf while making dinner and check it out every now and then
- enter while on three other zoom calls
- talk over the whole thing and leave having only taken in a single moment
- pour yourself a coffee and lurk suspiciously, then leave and go to the bathroom so you exist only as an empty room
Schedule (in NZT + click the times for timezone conversion)
Gabriel Guirá, Igor Passos and Janaína Moraes
alys and Linda Knight
5pm & 6pm
Alys and Max
Yin Chi Lee
Alys and pavle
Alys and Kate in Conversation
About the Work
A Tilting Body of Precarious Maps and Migrant Constellations
The work began as a series of artist-maps created for the exhibition Let us Drink the New Wine Together / Beberemos El Vino Nuevo Juntos in which artists alys longley and Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira facilitated ways for artists to connect together and rewrite our shared world through 2020 and 2021, in the form of artist maps and postal art.
Artist contributions from all continents of the world have developed into a labyrinthine series of interactive, multi-dimensional, sonic and relational worlds. At the end of the November we presented a one-off online performance event in association with a SloMoCo residency, Mapping Future Imaginaries, Concentric Curriculum, BusProjects Melbourne, and Dance Studies, University of Auckland, in a live stream premiere of the interdisciplinary performance work h u m a t t e r i n g.
We invite friends, collaborating artists and our communities to join us for happy hours (in all timezones in the world) to share performance fragments for the closing of our exhibition at BusProjects (AU).
h u m a t t e r i n g
h u m a t t e r i n g was a performance research event that experimented with bodies as simultaneously singular and collective – as territory and sensorial archive. It moved through performance, text, sound, light, score, improvisation and choreography.
Housed inside a virtual theatre in the image of the much loved Old Folks Association, h u m a t t e r i n g ran as a 12 hour durational live-streamed performance event, in order to make itself available in all time zones throughout the world. Friends, neighbours and strangers from over 15 countries met up inside this digital exhibition, hung out for awhile, and shared some time together while immersed in the art work. h u m a t t e r i n g was simultaneously experienced online and projected in physical space at the Composite Gallery in Melbourne, Australia as part of the Mapping Future Imaginaries exhibition at BusProjects.
h u m a t t e r i n g Creative Team
alys longley (Artistic Director/Writer/Performer/ Concept)
Jeffrey Holdaway (Sound, Production)
Sean Curham (Lighting, Design, Performance Making)
Kristian Larsen (Sound, Design, Performance Making)
Kate Stevenson & DOTDOT (Digital design / Creative Technology)
Deborah Fletcher (Production Assistance)
Janaína Moraes, Yin Chi Lee, Joanna Cook (Creative Development team/ Translations)
Explora, es un proyecto de investigación sobre la interpretación en danza basada en la subjetividad del equipo y enmarcada en nuestro contexto local chileno.
En h u m a t t e r i n compartiremos la experiencia de testeo que hemos ido trabajando en el proceso, revisando ciertos conceptos a través de la improvisación y la conversación.
Explora is a research project on dance performance based on the subjectivity of the members of the team and framed in our local Chilean context. At h u m a t t e r i n we will share the testing experience that we have been working on in the process, reviewing certain concepts through improvisation and conversation.