Delta – An Ocean Call | Publication release and coming together
December 8-9th, 5.30-9pm & noon-3pm, Museum of Impossible Forms, Helsinki

On the Helsinki release and Coming Together of delta – An Ocean Call, international and local artists share their practices through performances, readings, conversations and water-y interventions. Participants: Adham Hafez and HaRaKa Platform, Onur Tayranoğlu, Onyedikachi Ben (Kacii Eleven), Kihwa-Endale and Zara Asgher.


Delta – An Ocean Call release and Coming Together
Oct 22th, 6-10pm, Skånes konstförening, Malmö

On the Malmö release and Coming Together of Delta – An Ocean Call, choreographer and artist Pontus Pettersson presents a water-y workshop, artist and researcher Elly Vadseth a video screening, and Izabella Borzecka of PAM a presentation of the publication together with Pontus Pettersson.


Delta – An Ocean Call: Water-body with Melody Panosian
June 15th, 6-9pm, Weld, Stockholm

Responding to the publication ”Delta – an Ocean Call”, and its different perspectives on water, Meldy will share her work on sound and movement through different exercises, such as investigating power relations (interconnection and agency), being perceived and perceiving, riddle-like poems, butoh-inspired sound perception exercises, breath, voice-meditation, and movement.


Sax/Reading edge pop-up
April 22-24th, 12.00-17.00, Färgkontoret, Lövholmsgränd 12, Stockholm.

Are you interested in the relationship between words/text and movement? Do you want to get acquainted with publications in the field of dance and choreography? Do you have your own publication that you would like to share? Join us at Färgkontoret to look, read, practice, and discuss publications about scores, performance instructions, and directives from the Reading edge library.


Release #1 Delta - an Ocean Call

March 25th, 14.00-19.30, Index - the Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm

Featuring Cyanotype print workshop with dance artist Alice MacKenzie, collective listening to "Chosen by the Barnacles" by dancer/choreographer Sindri Runudde and reading by curator Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris followed by a conversation and rainy hangout.

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