JK Anicoche

“whether you be in a third world country or a first world country the struggles are real man, our convictions towards the struggle are real and relatable and  somewhere there we connect in the language of empathy and the language of detesting apathy”

JK Anicoche

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“it’s always nice to know that people wish you well” – JK

 

JK Anicoche – https://www.jkanicoche.com – is a Manila-based performance-maker, curator, storyteller and educator. We spoke briefly during Monsoon Australia at Bundanon Residency (organised by Critical Path and Kobolt Works and Not Yet It’s Difficult) about:

 

  • transition
  • choreographing the public
  • synchronicity
  • the novelty of silence
  • “affairs of the art” JK Anicoche
  • participating in something bigger than all of us
  • wombats
  • empathy and apathy

 

we sing:

justin bieber –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK_0jXPuIr0

 

links:

artist site – https://www.jkanicoche.com

instagram – https://www.instagram.com/jkanicoche

vimeo – https://vimeo.com/jkanicoche

tpam – https://www.tpam.or.jp/info/en/asian-artist-interview/jk%E3%82%A2%E3%83%8B%E3%82%B3%E3%83%81%E3%82%A7%EF%BC%88%E3%83%9E%E3%83%8B%E3%83%A9%EF%BC%89-2

 

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TheMattmosphere

Matt Cornell is based in the Asia-Pacific region and grew up in Darwin, on Larrakia land. He works through dance, choreography, sound, photography, and discussion to question the arbitrary configuration of systems, and is passionate about overcoming cognitive bias... to ask better questions… to dissolve malignant social narratives.

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