AMOK : The quantity of treasure in Java is beyond all computation
A workshop production by Karen Yates / Sky Area Ten.
The show is an ensemble movemnet theater piece about the spice trade and the 17th century history of Dutch East India Company in Indonesia. It then moves forward in time to 19th century Java and also touches om modern volcanology.
Join LinkUP resident artist Karen Yates and her ensemble Sky Area Ten for a workshop production of AMOK. Text, movement, digital sound and live gamelan music weave together in an examination of history, capitalism and geoscience.
Fri-Sun, Sept 26-28, at 7 PM
Links Hall, 3111 N. Western Ave Chicago
Admission: $10- $2
FROG members will be performing Friday Sept 26-Sunday Sept 28 as part of my residency showcase at Links Hall. "Amok" is an ensemble performance piece about Dutch colonialism is Indonesia, the spice trade, and volcanology. Hope you can come! (On a shared bill with artist Jessica Cornish)
Labels: Acara Indonesia Chicago, FROG Friends of Gamelan, Indonesian Chicago, Indonesian Performance, Masyarakat Indonesia Chicago