Hacia Helsinki / Helsinki Bound
This provocation responds to Lagunaries' participation as a keygroup in Philosophy Performance Problems 2022. Using our constantly evolving methodology to work with texts and stories, we set out to think together through a coral writing exercise, the different meanings to the words key and group. In Spanish key is both a llave and a clave, which in turns unlock different meanings. We also use the word grupa to propose breaking away from established non-feminist ways of being together.
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Lagunaries. 2022. “Hacia Helsinki / Helsinki Bound”. Performance Philosophy 7 (2):7-15. https://doi.org/10.21476/PP.2022.72402.
Key Groups not Keynotes: Performance Philosophy Problems
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