- This show is part of Stockholm Fringe Festival (#STOFFX) -
Vad skulle en isbjörn säga om han kunde rappa? Följ med iñupiaq-performance artisten som rappar dig transformerande och helande.
What would a polar bear say if he could rap? What about an Ancestor that traveled so far from the past it became the future again? Or a sexy bowhead whale? Join Iñupiaq performance artist AKU-MATU as she raps you into a state of transformation and healing. AKU-MATU is the performance name of Allison Akootchook Warden, who is the recipient of a 2019 United States Artists Award. Beats are created by both Uyarakq and WD4D, who both sampled her traditional Iñupiaq dance sounds. Warden is also a recipient of a 2018 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Award in the field of Music.
Part of Stockholm Fringe Festival (#STOFFX) and the Nordic Fringe Network (NFN)!
5 days in 13 venues with nearly 100 acts! Our 10th-anniversary edition offers a wide spectrum of entertaining and brave work created by women, non-binary and trans artists.
Cinema, dance, music, performance, theatre, street art, visual art, workshops, and everything in-between!
More info + full 2019 programme via: www.stockholmfringe.com
With support from Kulturrådet, Stockholms Stads Kulturförvaltning and Region Stockholm.Köp biljetter