Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique participates in the international exchange Potsdam | Montréal by inviting the artists Olivia Hyunsin Kim (KOR/DEU) and Melmun Bajarchuu (DEU) in its studios. In return, the artists Angélique Amyot and Gabrielle Bélanger (QC) completed a residency at Fabrik Potsdam in 2021-2022.
German artists Olivia Hyunsin Kim and Melmun Bajarchuu share a common interest in resistance practices from minority positions. They adopt postcolonial and post-migrant perspectives and would like, as part of the residency in Montreal, to exchange with local artists from different disciplines who work on similar themes around the criticism of power, intersectional struggles and queer feminist issues.
Olivia Hyunsin Kim
Olivia Hyunsin Kim is an artist based in Berlin, Frankfurt am Main and Seoul. She has been awarded the first place of the art prize “Amadeu Antonio Preis” in 2019. She graduated from the Institute of Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen and from the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. Her choreographic approach involves an intersectional, queer feminist and post-colonial view. Her works have been shown in Germany, South Korea, Mexico and England.
Melmun Bajarchuu studied philosophy, sociology and political science in Hamburg, Germany. She works at the crossroads of theory, art and politics as a thinker, discourse partner, curator, dramaturge and artistic production manager, focusing specifically on poststructural, postcolonial and queerfeminist perspectives. Additionally, she researches micropolitical practices of resistance in the performing arts and is actively involved in the Initiative for Solidarity in the Theatre.
September 8, 2022 at 5:30 pm - Free
Studio Jeanne-Renaud, édifice Jean-Pierre-Perreault
2022, Sherbrooke East street, Montréal / Tiohtiá:ke (Québec) H2K 1B9
Crédits : Say my name by Olivia Hyunsin Kim © Christian Cattelan - Olivia Hyunsin Kim © Christian Cattelan