a series of live, trans-border, online-offline participatory performances addressing current cross-cultural issues.

Excerpts from Rio

Helen : 27/01/2016 1:03 pm : COM, helen

Here is a 6-minute video of excerpts from the screen recording of “Temos uma Questão!“, in Rio de Janeiro on 7 November 2015.

Thanks to Gretta Louw for the screen recording, and to everyone who made this “situation” happen! (Credits are at the end of the video).

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Getting the bigger picture in Rio

Helen : 15/09/2015 1:43 pm : COM, helen

Baracas do TempoOur research for the Rio situation began with the issue of water quality in Guanabara Bay: world attention is turning to Rio de Janeiro and its waters as the Olympic Games draw closer. However, the pollution of Guanabara Bay isn’t a new problem, and its impact is much greater than a one-off sports event. Many communities’ livelihoods are based on and around the bay, and of course all life is dependent on clean water.
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Video of the “situations”

Helen : 27/07/2015 12:02 pm : COM

Here is a short video collage of excerpts from the four “situations” created and presented in 2013. Thanks to Jenny Pickett and the APO33 interns for making it!

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A situation in Brasil!

Helen : 21/02/2015 3:57 pm : COM, helen

Remember those protests we heard about, before and during the 2014 world cup in Brasil? Do you know what they were all about, if anything was achieved, or if social unrest continues? I’ve been invited to create a “situation” in Rio de Janiero, so I’m starting to look at what’s going on there these days – and I’ve discovered there’s a situation brewing in the water. more »

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We have a Situation… Booklet

admin : 27/09/2013 10:20 am : COM
  • We have a Situation… – a booklet available to download / read online or to order that documents the evolution of the networked performances and discussion events, that took place between March and May 2013:


Download : WHAS-Booklet

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