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Amar el Mar is a journey of exploration into the nooks and crannies of our oceans, aimed to shed a light on the amazing creatures we rarely get to see. The focus is on the apparently insignificant life that nurtures all other life. The intention is to infect the audience with my love of the sea: the originator of all life.
The Espejo Organization for the Arts presents “EOarts Performance Art Series 2016: Session 2”. The second night of this four-night series will host three performances; “Extraordinary Ability” by Veronica Peña, “Bags” by Giacomo Colosi, and “De lo Ajeno (Of Others)” by Hector Canonge and Veronica Peña on May 13th, 2016 at Rabbithole Projects.
“Alien Of Extraordinary Ability” is a performance that explores issues related to migration, cultural identity, and border politics.
Satoru Kikuchi’s first solo exhibition, ''Reminiscence'', will take place at RABBITHOLESTUDIO on Thursday, May 12th from 7:30pm to 11pm. This show is based on an ongoing project, titled "365days", in which he stores his daily memories as visual images utilizing the pictures he takes every single day. To learn more about his project, you can visit: http://www.skicksxxxxx.com/#!365days-project/cjg9
Satoru Kikuchi is based in Tokyo. He works predominantly in photography and mixed media and his subject matter is a product of his everyday life.
"INT." is the second collaborative theatre project at a developing stage between a filmmaker Brian Oh and a theatre maker Isa Sánchez. Through the story of a screenwriter trying to write a script, "INT." shows how an artist struggles with a personal loss and his artistic expression. Site-specific, placed in an art gallery as a flexible space for multiple spaces, the story delves into the artist's isolation, imagination and undefined limits between fiction and reality.
Brian Oh was born in Illinois, USA, raised in South Korea and spent time living in Germany as a teenager.