Posts Tagged ‘Eseohe Arhebamen / edoheart’

Nigerian Schools Dance: Patrick Amanama’s photojournal continued

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

“Nigerian Schools Round Up for Holiday”

continued photographs and text by Patrick Amanama

A lot of cultural display by the schools, each representing a particular tribe/region in the country. enjoy…..patrick



Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Fire Butoh 2, Part 1

Fire Butoh 2, Part 2

Fire Butoh 2 Credits:
Eseohe Arhebamen performs fire Butoh at Grace Exhibition Space, New York 2008.
Choreography: Eseohe Arhebamen in collaboration with Vangeline
Sound: self-propelled machinemusik by Eseohe Arhebamen and Toshio Kajiwara
Stage design by Eseohe Arhebamen
Lighting design by Jene Youtt
Visuals: Ruby Gold + room 404 media + dinosaur fight of the zuvuya collective
Video: Austin Donohue, Firewalker Productions
Notes: Eseohe is calling this type of butoh performance, Butoh-vocal theater. The sound/music she has created and termed her Butoh-singing.

Nigeria Schools’ Holiday Showcase: Fulani Dance Drama by Patrick Amanama

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

“Nigerian Schools Round Up for Holiday”

Photographs and Text by Patrick Amanama

Education, they say it’s wealth and children are the future, the leaders of tomorrow. Presently in Nigeria today, schools are rounding up for the Holiday. Photography being my life, I went round to capture some of the schools on how they were rounding up the session with parties and fun activities. I visited 3 schools. An Islamic school inclusive-



Sunday, July 19th, 2009

Jorge Rojas, Curator

FiveMyles in Brooklyn, Diaspora Vibe Gallery in Miami, and labotanica in Houston Present Low Lives

Saturday, August 8, 2009, 6 – 9pm (EST)

(Brooklyn, Miami, Houston)Low Lives is a one-night exhibition of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at three venues throughout the U.S.– FiveMyles, Brooklyn; Diaspora Vibe Gallery, Miami; and labotanica, Houston in partnership with Project Row Houses (5 – 8 pm in Houston). Low Lives examines works that explore the potential of performance practice presented live through online broadcasting networks. These networks, though seldom utilized for performance art, provide a new alternative and efficient medium for presenting and viewing performances. (more…)

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