The following shadowplays (schimmenspelen) I conduct, write and perform since 2015 on a regular basis for various audiences.

Er is ruzie! , 2017-ongoing
Which agent in a quarrel would you choose? The terrorist-ant or the tiger-general?

Er is ruzie! from annekeingwersen on Vimeo.

Carnival des Animaux, 2017-ongoing
How does a system based on adminstration and census deal with hybrids?

War! A play, 2015-ongoing, (Museum Bronbeek@Tong Tong fair / The Hague, Dutch Art Institute / Arnhem
Anneke Ingwersen introduced the Wayangplay (puppet play) workshops she has been organizing at the Museum Bronbeek, a museum for Dutch-Indonesian (Post) Colonial and Military History in Arnhem. Her recent puppet play workshop took part in framework of the exhibition “War!”, which, for the curators, was an attempt to show various perspectives of the conflict and create public discussion about how it could be called. Ingwersen’s work looks into the Dutch–Indonesian post-colonial history and the politics of remembrance – while looking for the place of public memories. Ingwersen asks, “How was the Dutch-Indonesian war represented?” and, “Who decides what to remember and how?” except of the shadowplays:

Do you want to know more about my activities as an artist/educator? Look at my affiliated bloghere.

Look here at a documentary video, shot at Museum Bronbeek, during one of workshops: here.
Made by Miriam Kuijpers/DigitalCarbon

The following shadowplays (schimmenspelen) I conduct, write and perform since 2015 on a regular basis for various audiences.

Er is ruzie! , 2017-ongoing
Which agent in a quarrel would you choose? The terrorist-ant or the tiger-general?

Er is ruzie! from annekeingwersen on Vimeo.

Carnival des Animaux, 2017-ongoing
How does a system based on adminstration and census deal with hybrids?

War! A play, 2015-ongoing, (Museum Bronbeek@Tong Tong fair / The Hague, Dutch Art Institute / Arnhem
Anneke Ingwersen introduced the Wayangplay (puppet play) workshops she has been organizing at the Museum Bronbeek, a museum for Dutch-Indonesian (Post) Colonial and Military History in Arnhem. Her recent puppet play workshop took part in framework of the exhibition “War!”, which, for the curators, was an attempt to show various perspectives of the conflict and create public discussion about how it could be called. Ingwersen’s work looks into the Dutch–Indonesian post-colonial history and the politics of remembrance – while looking for the place of public memories. Ingwersen asks, “How was the Dutch-Indonesian war represented?” and, “Who decides what to remember and how?” except of the shadowplays:

Do you want to know more about my activities as an artist/educator? Look at my affiliated bloghere.

Look here at a documentary video, shot at Museum Bronbeek, during one of workshops: here.
Made by Miriam Kuijpers/DigitalCarbon