Transatlantic, transdisciplinary, and transmigratory are words Laís Machado uses to describe her experiences and her approach to body, space, and borders. In her works, the artist and co-founder of the platform ÀRÀKÁ addresses her own vulnerability and Afro-Brazilian existence. Her starting point is always her own body, thus enabling new, flexible bodies to emerge.
In my workshop, I would like to explore with you how the body shapes and intervenes in architecture through the relationships it can create. We will examine forms of theater and performance, but I will also offer exercises throughout that will help us to think about bodies in different ways.
Wed, 30.11., 18–21 h & Thu, 01.12, 19–21 h
Portuguese / English / German
Within the workshop series: How to: Embody the Flow of time Differently
> Please register via office(at)gak-bremen.de
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How to: is supported by Fonds Soziokultur with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of NEUSTART KULTUR and with the support of ifa—Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations