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CoPresence

June 15 - November 4

€10

CoPresence creates a dialogue between two performative works on migrations processes. At the opening, the noMade Collective presents an audio installation based on the performative work Radio noMade in Arberia, which explores Arbereshe culture in Italy and memory processes. TAAK screens a documentary that retraces the performative demonstration Carnival of Oppressed Feelings, by the artist Gluklya together with a group of migrants living in a former prison, which filled the streets of Amsterdam in 2017.

Friday 2 November

19.00 – 20.00 “Theater as a vehicle of identity transmission” meeting with Mario Calivà (author and director) + Screening of his short films on popular traditions of Piana degli Albanesi. 22.00 Musical incursion by The DAGGS

Saturday 3 November

19.00 – 20.00 “Lazzaro’s musical rite within the Arbёreshe communities of Sicily” With Girolamo Garofalo (coordinator), Giuseppe Giordano, Maria Giuliana Rizzutto and Emanuele Tuminiello (Research Group on Sicilian-Albanian music and culture from the University of Studies of Palermo) and the special participation of Papas Jani Pecoraro + Documentary Film screening 21.00 – 23.00 “Brezi, the Belt” Poetic incursion by Stefano Schiró and guests.

Sunday 4 November

16.30 – 21.00 Performance Radio noMade in Arberia

The theatrical performance “Radio noMade in Arberia” will be played on Friday and Saturday from 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm and Sunday from 4:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Reservations are recommended, as the experience is a one-to-one performance. Entrance with a contribution of 10 euros. For more info: www.radionomade.com fb: @ COPRESENCE.Manifesta12 or +39 347 6723398.

NoMade Radio Performance in Arberia, at the Occupied Mediterranean Theater, Via Anwar Sadat 13, Palermo.

Details

Start:
June 15
End:
November 4
Cost:
€10
Event Category:

Venue

Teatro Mediterraneo Occupato
Via Anwar Sadat, 13
Palermo, PA Italy
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Organizer

TAAK and noMade collective
Website:
http://www.taak.me