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Cross-Cultural Live Art Project (CCLAP) performances

When artists ‘perform’ states of crisis, do they also ‘perform’ states of regeneration? How can live art ignite new conversations and reflections on crisis?

CCLAP is a three year live art project that began in 2014. It aims to bring together the critical contexts of Southeast Asian live art practice, in conversation with developments within the UK and Europe.

On Thursday 27 October CCLAP presents thought-provoking live performances by Southeast Asian and other international practitioners to address the notion of crisis. The performances will take place as part of the Krísis exhibition preview from 5 pm – 8 pm, RSVP to confirm your attendance.

Artists include

Lynn Lu (Singapore), Soni Kum (Japan – Korea), Marija Milosevska (Macedonia), Rachel Parry and Little Wolf Parade (UK), Raju Rage (UK), Tuan Mami (Vietnam) » Boedi Widjaja(Singapore)

CCLAP’s 2016 series of indoor and outdoor performances is part of the public programme in association with the exhibition Krísis, curated by Something Human in partnership with Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University and Little Wolf Parade.

CCLAP is kindly supported by Arts Council England, National Arts Council Singapore and City of Skopje.