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“Jejak-旅 Tabi Exchange: Wandering Asian Contemporary Performance 2020 ROXAS”

  • CATEGORY
  • type of event|Talk sessions & symposiums, Performances, Workshops
  • type of precog business|Production of events & performances, Human resource development & coordination, International exchange, Local vitality
  • field of expression|Video, Theater
  • year of holding|2020

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“Jejak-旅 Tabi Exchange: Wandering Asian Contemporary Performance” is an exchange programme designed to travel across cities in Asia for the next three years (2018-2020). The title draws from multiple Asian vernaculars suggesting cross-cultural practices and the exchange nature at its core.

Jejak (Malay/Indonesian word) = “to step” or “steps” (Malay) or “footprint” or “trace” (Indonesian)
Tabi (Japanese/Chinese word) = the idea of travel and making trip both as verb and noun with slightly different nuance and poetics.
2020 edition took place in Roxas, Philippines (22nd – 25th Jan.).

Official Website: https://jejak-tabi.org/roxas/

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Curators/Organizers: Akane Nakamura (Japan), Helly Minarti (Indonesia), Green Papaya Art Projects(Philippines)

Resource persons: Muhammad Abe(Indonesia)、MJ Apatan(Philippines)、Wichaya Artamat(Thailand)、Ariane Carandang(Philippines)、Alejandro Deoma(Philippines)、Sei Kaminda(Japan)、Yudai Kamisato(Japan)、Karlo Mongaya(Philippines)、Ma. Cecilia Locsin-Nava(Philippines)、Masashi Nomura(Japan)、Janet Pillai(Malaysia)、Edwin Quinsayas(Philippines)、Alfian Sa’at(Singapore)、Miku Sato(Japan)

Presented by: DRIFTERS INTERNATIONAL
Supported by: Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), The Japan Foundation Asia Center Grant Program for Promotion of Cultural Collaboration, Asia-Europe Foundation | Mobility First
In cooperation with: Gerry Roxas Foundation, Colegio de la Purisima Concepcion, City of Roxas, The Water Tank / Ang Panublion Museum