Plexus International/Centre for Australasian Theatre
Presents on the occasion of International Human Rights Day
December 10 2014
Plexus Art Co-Opera # 5
Cargo – Art & Food without Borders – Looking for Paradise
An “International Travelling Art - Science and Technology Event”
Canopy Art Centre
124 Grafton St, Cairns
A modular construction with 60 seconds interactive Skype ethno-realities from
Cairns, Far North Queensland-Australia to Rome, Cagliari-Sardinia, Dakar-Senegal, London, New York City, Jerusalem, Amsterdam, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria…and more…
In Order to Survive-The Voyage Continues...in Solidarity
PLEXUS INTERNATIONAL/CENTRE FOR AUSTRALASIAN THEATRE
PLEXUS ART CO-OPERA N.5
ART, FOOD AND SOLIDARITY WITH NO BORDERS
THE VOYAGE OF A CARGO WITH MANY PASSERGERS
THE PARADISE IN ORDER TO SURVIVE
ART FOR FOOD -FOOD FOR ART
CANOPY ART CENTRE
Cairns, Queesland, Australia
10 DECEMBER 2014, HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
6.30 -7.30 PM (Cairns Time)
A Modular Construction with Interactive Different Ethonorealties :
Amsterdam 9.30-10.30 AM
Cagliari, Sardinia 9.30-10.30 AM
Dakar 8.30-9.30 AM
London 8.30-9.30 AM
New York 3.30-4.30 AM
Rome 9.30-10.30 AM
FOOD FOR ALL
IN ORDER TO SURVIVE
THE VOYAGE CONTINUES
From Kre M'Baye:
Plexus is a tendency in direction of the universal of the civilization. It is a way to put together all people, it is a tendency to watch what happens in this planet with a consciousness of what happens, with no separation between the world and the human being. It is not an organization, it is more about a philosophy, a thought a proposition, a regard on how we deal with the issue of the human being. It is a tendency in direction of the unity, against any definitions or classifications which make separations.
Without unity, in the respect of the diversity and quality of the human being there is not democracy.
To prepare the Plexus Art Co-Opera 5 that will be presented, at the Canopy Arts Centre, in Cairns, Australia, on 10 December 2014, directed by the modular construction of Guillaume 'Willem' Brugman, Centre for Australasian Theatre, on board the Plexus Voyage will revitalise the ecology of a collective memory, by “reading” and interpreting, from the multi-perspective collaborative vision, the 30years history of Plexus International, as a multicultural community-based art project.
THE PLEXUS VOYAGE WILL CONTINUE ON 10 DECEMBER 2014 ON BOARD A CANOE WITH MANY PASSENGERS FROM THE CANOPY ARTCENTRE, CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA,
THE CANOE OF MANY PASSENGERS is a woodcut-artwork, printed in colour on unprimed canvas 83x210cm/Purchased by Cairns Regional Gallery 2004 (A collaborative wood-block print with artists and students of Cairns TAFE @ 1998 Anna Eglitis)
The Canopy Art Centre is an expansive 1000 square metre building in Cairns, Australia. It is. dedicated to showcasing the work of Far North Qld artists in the mediums of printmaking, painting and sculpture, working from Cairns to as far afield as Pormpuraaw, Hopevale and the Torres Straits, a new approach at Canopy has been to showcase the art of both indigenous and non-indigenous practitioners in the one space.
THIS INTER-CULTURAL ARTS INTERACTIVE TRAVELING EVENT, AS THE PLEXUS ART CO-OPERA N.5, WILL BE ORGANIZED
BY Guillaume 'Willem' Brugman, Centre for Australasian Theatre
The Voyage of the Elisabeth, a video documentation of the interaction from Rome with the Loewe Theatre' performance, New York University, New York, 2 August 2014, host John Gilbert with special guest Sandro Dernini, featuring: Christine Ghezzo, Lisa Naugle, Louis Lopes, Willem Brugman, Giancarlo Schiaffini,Mitchell Gustin Jim C and many others. Presents: Corrado De Murtas, Gianfranco Gianfri and Glaucia Coelho Demenjour.
Video by Salvatore M. Dernini
ThePlexus Metr'Art video contribution to the Voyage of the Elisabeth, 2 August 2014, at the Loewe Theatre, New York University, New York. Video by Marilisa Piga and sound by Cicci Carlo A. Borghi.