Multitude of Peer Gynts
This work is a new manifestation of Ibsen Scholarship winning project Multitude of Peer Gynts, the inter-Asia theatre collaboration exploring the issues of “fear/anxiety” and “im-/mobility” in contemporary Asia, based on a re-reading of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.
Throughout 1 month from 31 October – 30 November 2020 you will be able to enjoy 11 performances from 30 artists involved in this cross-Asia collaborative performance project.
Multitude of Peer Gynts have been first explored with local artists in Larantuka, East-Flores, Indonesia, in July 2019; during a residence’s artist in Morishita Studio, Tokyo in August-September 2019 and presented to more than 2000 spectators at Shizuoka Performing Arts Centers (SPAC), Shizuoka, Japan in October-November 2019.
In the midst of limitations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Teater Garasi has faced new challenges for composing an innovative network of individual-modular performances created by collaborative artists from their respective locations – cities and countries.
Watch the various performances of: Abdi Karya (Bugis-Indonesia), Andreas Ari Dwiyanto (Jawa-Indonesia), Arsita Iswardhani (Jawa-Indonesia), Darlane Litaay (Papua-Indonesia), Flores Timur collective (East Flores-Indonesia), Gunawan Maryanto (Jawa- Indonesia), Micari (Japan), M. Nur Qomaruddin (Jawa-Indonesia), Nyak Ina Raseuki (Aceh-Indonesia), Takao Kawaguchi (Japan), Venuri Pereira (Sri Lanka), Wok the Rock (Website/internet artist, Indonesia), and Yasuhiro Morinaga (Japan) through this inline festival
You will not only be able to watch the series of new works online but also digitally interact with some of them.So, get ready to immerse yourself in a sensory play of sight, sound, and enigmatic movement.
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