Carneiro Jacoel is currently featured in the exhibition Gives-on-and-with: Decolonial Moves of the Transcultural, which runs until March 15 at the Or Gallery.
"Kalunga Entities is part of a series of performances that trace the meanings of the word Kalunga:," reads the event info, "the water archive; the earth archive; systems of communication; places of transition; and states of becoming. A body in transit, that carries with it entities, traveling through temporalities, evoking archives and playing with the unknown.
"A collaboration between Luanda Carneiro Jacoel and visual artist/musician Azul Filho de Luiz, Kalunga Entities explores bodily movement and visual elements to create install-actions in spaces."
The event will begin at 1 pm Pacific time with a brief introduction by Or Gallery director Denise Ryner and VAG director of education Melissa Karmen Lee, and will be followed by a conversation with Or Gallery curator Noor Bhangu.
You can register for the free Zoom event here.