Festival Club | A Shared Past and Future



 
26 Oct 2019 20:45 - 22:00
/ / Free
Bar Luna. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

Join four storytellers from The Netherlands with a family history in Indonesia as they explore the influence of Indo-Dutch roots, colonialism and migration on their work. Through conversation and performance, they explore the karma of storytelling: how do the stories of past generations impact us and which ones do we choose to pass on to the next generation?

Bergabunglah dengan empat pendongeng dari Belanda dengan sejarah keluarga di Indonesia sebagaimana mereka mengeksplorasi pengaruh akar Indo-Belanda, kolonialisme dan migrasi dalam karya mereka. Melalui percakapan dan pertunjukan, mereka mengeksplor karma dari berkisah: bagaiamana cerita-cerita dari generasi sebelumnya berdampak pada kita dan yang mana yang harus kita pilih untuk diteruskan pada generasi selanjutnya?

Featuring

Armando Ello

Armando Ello is a photographer, filmmaker and influencer within the Indo community. He successfully crowdfunded his own photography book Twijfelindo (Indos Who Doubt) and is working on a photography project …


Esmay Usmany

Esmay Usmany is a performing artist and writer. Her debut book Always on the Road, in which she describes her journey back to her Indonesian roots, was published in 2015. …


Robin Block

Robin Block is a writer, musician, songwriter and theatre performer from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He is also the Founder of the ritualistic theatre group Project Wildeman. Through personal stories he …


Lara Nuberg

Lara Nuberg is a writer, historian and producer. She is currently working on a novel about the life of her Indo grandmother. She blogs about her research and writing process, …



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