KAN Collective

KAN Collective is the brainchild of emerging interdisciplinary artists, Kate Thresher, Annika Moses and Noemie Huttner-Koros, who work to create spaces where play and transgression are encouraged. Following from their debut work House of Joys, premiered in FRINGEWORLD 2018 in Paper Mountain’s Peaks program, KAN continues to encourage an approach to art-making that rejects traditional formats, power structures and artist roles, striving to create inclusive work that empowers audiences to respond to art as they experience it. The group’s practice involves performance, video, sound and composition, tactile visual art and projection, and interrogates traditional arts practices and cultural and social norms through participatory processes. We strive to increase fem/LGBT+/racially diverse representation in theatre and create a welcoming community for these people (as participants, collaborators, theatre makers, audiences).

To hear about future projects or get in touch, find KAN collective on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kancollective/

Shows/workshops:

Fruits of Failures performance at Urban Orchard, Perth Cultural Centre Saturday 13 April 2019 (KickstART Festival 2019, Propel Youth Arts)

Fruits of Failure installation at the State Library of Western Australia, Sunday 14 April-Thursday 18 April 2019 (KickstART Festival 2019, Propel Youth Arts)

House of Joys, Paper Mountain, FRINGEWORLD 2018 26-28 January (Supported by Propel Youth Arts WA's Drug Aware Y Culture Grant through Healthway) 

Immersive theatre workshop, KickstART Festival 2018 (Propel Youth Arts WA) 

Immersive theatre workshop, Snowy Peaks 2018 (Paper Mountain) 

Photos by Zal Kanga-Parabia, House of Joys

Fruits of Failure, Kickstart Festival 2019

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 © by Noemie Huttner-Koros 

I acknowledge that I live, work and play on the unceded sovereign lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. I acknowledge all First Nations Peoples across this country and pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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