Creator’s Cradle Circuit

    The transnational mobile festival Creators’ Cradle Circuit (3Cs) is an artistic challenge to explore the meaning of Asia in the new era of the borderless global society. In this festival platform, emerging performance artists and curators from Southeast Asia and Japan will move across different Asian cities and incubate their original works to explore a new relationship in contemporary performing arts and communities based on their research through direct meeting and discussion with the communities based on their research through direct meeting and discussion with the community members in each region. This artistic practices and processes will be widely shared as Work In Progress in multilingual media with diverse audiences to make art more accessible to who want to engage with the art through fresh lenses and experience the work that resonate with the local community. This transnational mobile festival shapes its mobility to discover new perspectives, experiment with dynamic methods, and push the boundaries of art-making for the sustainability and longevity of the next generation of Asia performing arts.

     Coopearations|Chou Kuan-Jou, Chen Yi-Chin, “Nyu Shu Movement”(2021)

    Organizer |

    Karakoa Incorporated Association

    Karakoa is a collective from Southeast Asia and Japan that aims to create intersections of networks to facilitate the transnational cultural exchanges; creating a space for sharing the contemporary artistic practices and its processes with the society to discover new artistic value for the next generation of art. By bridging independent creatives with art spaces, networks, festivals, and cultural organizations – Karakoa is a vehicle for meaningful collaborations and exchange to provide a safe space for artistic ideas and expressions.