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PORTLAND, OR: EIKO AT TBA FESTIVAL AT PICA

PORTLAND, OR: EIKO AT TBA FESTIVAL AT PICA

Company:

Eiko Otake

Location:

Center for Contemporary Art & Culture at PNCA, 511 NW Broadway

Dates:

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 6:00pm daily through October 24, 2019

Tickets:

https://www.pica.org/tba/body-in-places/

Company:
Eiko Otake

Eiko returns to Portland, OR with multiple programs as a part of PICA's annaul festival, TBA. She will show both solo and collaborative work in various formats and that spans many of her recent projects. 
 
September 5 – October 24 – Exhibit on view
A Body In Places exhibit
 
At Center for Contemporary Art & Culture at PNCA, PICA presents Eiko performing in, on, and with epic landscapes with her collaborators. On the occasion of the opening Eiko performed a solo in and around the gallery.
 
September 9, 7pm – Film screening
A Body in Fukushima: Reflections on the Nuclear in Everyday Life
 
At the Northwest Film Center, Eiko will present a screening of a newly edited version of her film, A Body in Fukushima, crafted from thousands of photographs taken by William Johnston of Eiko grappling with the irradiated landscape of post-nuclear meltdown Fukushima. The screening will include an introduction from Eiko and a post-screening discussion. 
 
September 12, 13, 14, 8:30pm – Performances with Ishmael Houston-Jones and Iris McCloughan
The Duet Project: Distance Is Malleable
 
At PICA, Eiko will present the newest interdisciplinary iterations of her Duet Project. She will perform with Ishmael Houston-Jones and Iris McCloughan. 

 

Image: Video still of Eiko performing as part of her collaborative project with Joseph Scheer from IEA

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