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3by2 CoMISSION WIP Fall23
Dec15
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Theatre & Performing Arts

Co-MISSION Works-in-Progress Fall 2023


Links Hall’s Fall 2023 Co-MISSION Residents offer a split bill Co-MISSION Works-In-Progress showing featuring AiRos 頌恩 medill, Jamilah Kekulah, and Eshan Rafi.

Kekulah, medill, and Rafi present to audiences what they have been investigating and exploring while incubating in the white box studio since September.

About the Artists

AiRos 頌恩 medill is a yellow hapa nonbinary trans Taiwanese american circle keeper, care worker, storyteller, facilitator, bodyworker, and culture bearer who is moving to organize abundance in the ecology of home. AiRos practices with the 5 elements (water, wood, fire, metal, earth) to align bodies to heaven and earth in reciprocity and reverence of feeling and the distribution of energies. As part of the diaspora air has a lifelong practice of traveling, moving through and shifting culture.

Jamila Kekulah is ever evolving. They are a mover, an observer, a movement creator, a lifelong learner, and a deep listener of the body. Jamila is interested in investigating how we inhabit ourselves and each other in this human experience.

Eshan Rafi is an interdisciplinary artist working across performance, expanded photography, and video. Their works deal with the intersection of political events and personal archives, often staging the impossibility of representation. Their work has been exhibited, performed, and screened internationally including at SummerWorks Lab, Toronto; Sharjah Film Platform; M:ST 9 Performance Art Biennale, Calgary; and neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin. Rafi holds an MFA in Art, Theory, and Practice from Northwestern University, Evanston.


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