Programme series: Life Choreographies – infrastructures for a livable life #321 August, KL 16:00 - 19:00 Open arrangement
While the social sphere is under rapid changes, the livable life alters within. This is the third part of a programme series that explores what life choreographies that emerge within today’s infrastructures of the social.
Time: August 21, 2019
Place: Reaktorhallen R1, Campus KTH, Stockholm
RSVP: No later than August 19 to email@example.com
Participants: Screening of Heba Amin’s (EGY) Operation sunken sea (2018–), a lecture performance by Ayesha Hameed (GBR) (new piece) and a live set by Maria w Horn (SWE).
While the social sphere is under rapid changes, the livable life alters within. This program series explore what life choreographies that emerge within today’s infrastructures of the social. The programme series is a part of Choreographies of the Social on three occasions, and includes performance, film screenings and conversations that develops further the questions from which the project departs.
The program series Life Choreographies – infrastructures for a livable life is developed by Frida Sandström in memoriam of Alina Popa and in collaboration with Annika Enqvist, Elena Jarl and Edi Muka/Public Art Agency Sweden and is part of the public program of the project Choreographies of the Social.
Photo: Heba Y. Amin, Operation Sunken Sea (the Anti-Control Room) – Video wall, 2018.