Oceanic Performance Biennial: Sea-Change: Performing a Fluid Continent

Dorita Hannah

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formPerformanceArt in coproduction

Abstract

Over 3 days Rarotonga, Cook Islands, hosted a series of public performances, installations, panel presentations and ta’okota’i’anga (gathering) as the Oceanic Performance Biennial 2015. Drawing together local and international performers, activists, academics and communities to discuss Oceanic ecologies, the festival will move across Rarotonga’s 3 vaka, with events occurring from the sea to the highlands. International and local participants include Latai Taumoepeau (Tonga/Aus), Local Time (Aotearoa/Aus) and the Pacific Sisters (Aotearoa/Pacifik).This project was part of Fluid States 2015: PSi's year-long globally dispersed festival of events, co-curated by Dr Hannah.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art

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