Katz Mulk: Vital Attachments

Wednesday 3 April

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Katz Mulk: Vital Attachments


Katz Mulk presents an episodic performance that explores the felt languages created through the shifting alliances of sound, dance, voice, and sculpture. They create rough compositions from fragments of pop music, informal movements, sculptural interruptions and found sounds in a pulsing assemblage of a performance environment that can barely contain all its disparate parts. Practices of gathering and collecting informed by the everyday science fiction of Ursula K. Le Guin - especially her short essay The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction* - have and will continue to be an ongoing point of contact for the performance.

Katz Mulk will be in residency for a week leading up to the performance; using this time to work with local artists and choreographers on a series of scores that will form part of the performance.

*'The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction' can be found in Le Guin's collection of essays, Dancing at the Edge of the World (1989).


Made possible thanks to funding from the PRSF Beyond Borders initiative in collaboration with Counterflows and Café Oto



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