"Diversiones Sci-Fi" & “Continuum”

sara gebran

"Diversiones Sci-Fi" & “Continuum”

 

 

 

Acción Gorila, The Very Organized Guerrilla Economy of Contingency Movement, (Tracking back Donna Haraway’s Koko the Gorilla in National Geographic on primates)

 

It is based on a series of events arranged in different periods and spaces in the city of Copenhagen and Malmö, using the actual potential capacity existing in the art institutions the Danish National School of Performing Arts and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, to collaborate using the already visiting international lecturers and teachers, to present their works to an audience outside the class room, in forms of lectures, discussion and performances. Conceptualized by visual artist, curator and writer Mathias Kryger and Choreographer, performer and Head of Choreography education Sara Gebran. Acción Gorila also aims for new forms of collaboration between practitioners and scholars from the dance and visual art fields, the two schools, the art spaces/venues and the audiences.

 

 

 

This event will take place during CPH Stage (Copenhagen Stage) 10-21 june 2015

The Very Organized Guerrilla Economy of Contingency Movement, (Tracking back Donna Haraway’s Koko the Gorilla in National Geographic on primates) creates a series of events arranged in different periods and spaces in the city of Copenhagen and Malmö, conceptualized by visual artist, curator and writer Mathias Kryger and choreographer and performer Sara Gebran.

 

The events are set as collaborations with the Danish School of Performing Arts and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, aiming to use the potentiality of the art school’s visiting international lecturers and teachers and to present works or discussions to an audience outside the class room in combination with works by local artists and occasionally student’s work.

 

It also aims for new forms of collaboration between practitioners and scholars from the dance and visual art fields, the two art schools, the art spaces/venues and the audiences.