Jeremy Wade is a performance maker with an extensive practice of curating and teaching. He graduated from the School for New Dance Development, Amsterdam, in 2000 and received a Bessie Award for his performance Glory, at Dance Theater Workshop, New York City, in 2006. Since then he works in close collaboration with HAU Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin as well as Gessnerallee, Zurich. In his recent work, Wade explores death, zombie subjectivity, strange modes of being and feminist strategies of world making to undermine the social codes that define and oppress bodies. He is the initiator of The Future Clinic for Critical Care, an intersectional platform exploring the messy politics of care through performance, social practice and sociocultural animation.
Performance: Puddles the Pelican and The Pregnant Oyster; Songs of Cranky Hope and Solidarity
29th May 04.00 - 05.00 pm | Jeremy Wade
Having traipsed through the ache of paradox and the cyclones of blind dismemberment we arrive at dusk to a clearing. The Pregnant Oyster, soon to open, that dream of dancing together, soon realized. In mourning of what was and continues to be lost in the fire, in celebration of our flickering place in the great family of things, Puddles and band sing songs of difficult hope and solidarity in the long twilight.