Walking: Holding is an interactive and participatory performance by Rosana Cade (UK). The piece is based on the experience of walking hand in hand.
Rosana Cade in Copenhagen
Wedensday April 20,2016 at 21:30 – Artist Talks: Rosana Cade, Paul Dunca, Krassen Krastev at Warehouse9 (bar/lounge), Halmtorvet 11C, 1711 Copenhagen V, Denmark. Free entrance.
Walking:Holding: Rosana Cade (UK)
Friday April 22 at 18:00-21:00
Saturday April 23 at 11:00-16:30
Sunday April 24 at 12:00-17:30
You are invited take part in the performance and go for a walk in Copenhagen. Meeting Place: Forsøgsstationen – Sdr. Boulevard 81, Copenhagen, Denmark. For full programme and tickets: Warehouse9.
It is the Glasgow based, British performance artist Rosana Cade, who is the author of the performance Walking: Holding. In 2011 Rosana received the Athena award via New Moves International for Walking: Holding, and the performance has since then been a part of several festivals in the UK and abroad. The performance is now in Copenhagen a part of International Performance Art Festival April 20-24, 2016. The festival takes place at Warehouse9, a queer venue in Copenhagen.
Walking: Holding takes you on through the Copenhagen district of Vesterbro. Along the way, a number of strangers from the local area come to hold your hand and accompany you on your way. Everyone is different in terms of age, gender, appearance and background, and they all have their own individual story to tell. This makes the performance both a unique and in many ways challenging experience because it quite literally gives you, the audience, the opportunity to “walk in someone else’s shoes.”
Although Rosana’s performance pieces varies in terms of shape and theme, they are all firmly rooted in a queer discourse and straddles live art and activism.