Performance, theater, dance and film
“Interoceánico” is an interdisciplinary event taking place Thursday, January 8 to Sunday, January 11. Experts in a variety of fields will come together to combine performance art, film screenings and academic conferences courtesy of the Biomuseum, the Contemporary Art Museum (MAC) and the National Institute of Culture (INAC).
The event is part of “Fluid States, Performances of Unknowing,” a year-long series of interventions staged across the globe in 15 countries beginning with Panama, the only Latin American location, and ending in December in Lebanon.
The international symposium addresses the artistic representations of “the sea, ships and shipping and networks of navigation as spaces of cultural reflection and global connectivity.”
The project is backed by Performance Studies international (PSi), a global association of artists, academics, activists and collaborators interested in the practice and research of performance art. “Fluid States” invites experts in various disciplines and from diverse cultures to participate live or online in local programs of performances, symposiums and novel collaborative formats of presentation and interaction.
Panama was chosen to participate because of its geographical position, its Canal and its inherent connection with the themes of the event. Admission is free.
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