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Caca-capitalismo - Jonathan Homsey and Tempo Dance Festival


Wed 16 Sep 2020, 1:00pm–12:00am
Thu 17 Sep 2020, 12:00am–12:00am
Fri 18 Sep 2020, 12:00am–12:00am
Sat 19 Sep 2020, 12:00am–12:00am

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: residentproducer

This is a short film - a battle of two Karens fighting over resources.

Caca-capitalismo is a comical meditation on our internal monologues, directly inspired by the fight for resources driven by capitalism and hoarding. Inspired by real life Karen stories during COVID-19, this accessible fotonovela takes the absurdity of ignorance and cranks the volume up.

Thank you to Cheaper Buy Miles for letting us film in your supermarket and for Tempo Dance Festival for sharing this work. Our need to laugh and soothe ourselves from our turbulent world and stubborn Karens’ transcend geography.

Jonathan Homsey – Choreographer & Artistic Director
Monica Guitti – Director
Max Hopkins – Cinematographer & Editor
Will McCrostie - Audio Description
Oscar Jimenez - Composer and voice over
Sarah Ward – Outside Eye
Dominque Cowden- Dancer
Kathleen Campone – Dancer
Lauren Drago – Dancer
Rose Chong Costume Shop – Costumes
Eevie La Volpe – Make Up Artist

Jonathan Homsey is an arts maker and manager interested in the intersection of street dance, visual art, and social engagement. Born in Hong Kong and raised in the United States of America, he immigrated to Australia in 2010 where his award-winning choreographic practice has evolved from a theatrical context to interdisciplinary installations across Australasia and Japan.

Headshot by Shannon May Powell.