Aymeric Ebrard

WAMPUMS is an installation and performance about the meaning of shared territory, notions of identity, memory, living together and recognition of the other. Based on archive images of young people from Indian reservations in the United States at the time of the civil rights movement in the 60’s and 70’s, an installation and choreography is created with young people today. The educational images of ceremonial objects, actions and stories are brought to life in a performance that relates the identities and life stories of young people then and now.

Concept and realisation: Aymeric Ebrard – support and presentation: Platform 0090