The Vancouver Art Gallery presents an online performance by artist Luanda Carneiro Jacoel on February 18

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      As part of its Arts Connect series, the Vancouver Art Gallery presents Kalunga Entities, an online performance by Luanda Carneiro Jacoel this Thursday (February 18).

      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.