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FringeArts: Britt Fishel and Artists – Cognatus

September 25 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

$20
Britt Fishel and Artists - Cognatus

Cognatus on the larger scale investigates ecofeminism and the patriarchal mechanisms that assimilate women and nature. Both often devalued and exploited, seeking elevation and liberation, the relationship between them is a rhizome of interconnections. Radical ecofeminism celebrates the relationship between women and nature through the revival of ancient rituals, creating a source of inspiration and empowerment. For socialist ecofeminism, environmental problems are rooted in the rise of capitalist patriarchy and the ideology that the Earth and nature can be exploited for human process through technology. Movement motifs and systems based on this research are created in collaboration with the dancers. Fishel uses history and theory, combined with text and poetry to weave movements that explore ideas of womenhood, cyclical patterns of nature and violence, migration, resistance, and identities in bloom. We invite audience members to dive deeper into community connection and empathy towards both women and our Mother Earth- through reflection, conversation, and action.

This work is site specific, and will utilize the entire MAAS Garden space. Audiences are welcome to sit at any time, or immerse themselves among the artists as they move through the space.

This show is presented as part of Cannonball Festival

Details

Date:
September 25
Time:
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Cost:
$20
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://fringearts.com/event/cognatus/

Organizer

Britt Fishel and Artists
Email:
brittanywhitmoyer@outlook.com
View Organizer Website

Other

Content
Appropriate for All Ages
Discounts & Payment
Accept All Major Credit Cards
Accessibility
Call for information
PARKING
Street parking nearby
Additional Information
Will be held in The MAAS Building Garden
EVENT TYPE
LIVE EVENT
COVID SAFETY
Proof of Vaccination Required, Masks Required

Venue

The Maas Building
1325 N. Randolph St
Philadelphia, PA 19122 United States
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