presented by ICK Dans Amsterdam
Thu 28 & Fri 29
Bogomir Doringer, Artist Associate of ICK Artist Space, curated a two-day online festival that looked into the rituals of dancing and masking in times of social distancing.Two days of online performances, talks, a workshop and a DJ set. Thanks to all of you who joined us and created this shared experience. If you missed it, or you just can’t get enough, on this website you can re-visit the experience and learn more about the artists.
more about the festival
Last few months, our movements and ways of communicating have been impacted by a global crisis. Distances between our bodies in public and private spaces have been regulated by new measurements. Our freedom of movement is on hold. Dancing became possible only in private, and suddenly it has a different meaning and context. It introduced another form of visibility, “performing” for the web camera on our online meetings, dates, events. In the beginning, it felt weird and awkward, but we are adjusting to it. Now it is time to emancipate the online body and get a deeper understanding of the new realness. It is time to unmute the body.