Them Voices

Wellington Wellington
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09 Jun
10 Jun


65 Dixon St (cnr Cuba & Dixon), WGTN

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Running Time: 70 minutes


65 Dixon St (cnr Cuba & Dixon), WGTN


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Lara Kramer is returning to Kia Mau Festival 2023 after her Kia Mau premiere with the haunting Windigo in 2019. The Pantograph Punch called Windigo leaves you with a cold dread…

This solo performance explores the inter-relationality between land, the artist’s body and her memory and future memory, drawing on notions of performance, social critique and cultural resistance. 

Kramer addresses a world where histories come together to assess the consequences of our actions on future generations. 

Laying out in all possible directions. What has been exerted, and what is failed. What is not yet seen or dreamt of. All is together, intersecting in Them Voice.  

The artist strives to re-imagine new pathways connected to future ancestors in their flight and journey.

About Lara Kramer Danse.
Lara Kramer is a performer, choreographer, and multidisciplinary artist of mixed Oji-cree and settler heritage, raised in London, Ontario. She lives and works in Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang/Montreal. Her choreographic work, research and field work over the last fourteen years has been grounded in intergenerational relations, intergenerational knowledge, and the impacts of the Indian Residential Schools of Canada. She is the first generation in her family to not attend the Residential schools. Kramer’s relationship to experiential practice and the creative process of performance, sonic development and visual design is anchored in the embodiment of experiences such as dreams, memories, knowledge, and reclamation.  Her creations in the form of dance, performance and installation have been presented across Canada and Australia, New Zealand, Martinique, Norway, the US and the UK.

Part of Kia Mau Festival