october, 2020

fri23oct(oct 23)10:00 amsun25(oct 25)10:00 pmMelanesian DancersCategory:FREE,Guest Curated Programs,iN2020,On-Demand,Short Film


23 (Friday) 10:00 am - 25 (Sunday) 10:00 pm(GMT-04:00) View in my time

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La danseuse-chorégraphe et tatoueuse mékéo Julia Mage’au Gray rend hommage à ses ancêtres riches en savoirs culturels et pouvoir matriarcal, dans cette œuvre méditative produite pour le projet Yumi Danis (Nous dansons) dans le cadre de l’Asia Pacific Triennial de 2015 (réunissant la Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, le Vanuatu et la Kanaky/Nouvelle-Calédonie).
Mekeo dancer-choreographer and tattooist Julia Mage’au Gray pays homage to her Ancestors’, rich in cultural knowledges and matriarchal power, in this meditative work produced for the Yumi Danis (We Dance) project as part of the 2015 Asia Pacific Triennial (spanning Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu and Kanaky/New Caledonia).
Director: Nicolas Molé – Drehu
Nicolas Molé, artiste pluridisciplinaire drehu et français diplômé de l’École des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, est ancré dans deux mondes cultures, et peuple ses installations numériques et immersives d’animaux totémiques et de figures ancestrales.
Nicolas Molé is a Drehu-French multidisciplinary artist who studied fine arts in Bordeaux, remains anchored in two cultural worlds, and fills his digital and immersive installations with totemic animals and ancestral figures.

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