Interviews

In this interview, conducted by Doris Sommer at the Hemispheric Institute's 5th Encuentro (Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2005), Mockus plays a game with his interviewer: in a symbolic performance of 'social bonds,' they are linked to each other with string and must figure out how to disentangle themselves through movement (no cutting or untying), as they discuss civic culture and the ways conflict can be resolved through the plurality of art..

Interview with Antanas Mockus (2005)

In this interview, conducted at the Hemispheric Institute's 5th Encuentro, Singer talks about her documentary work as a search for the practices and values that have survived through all the changes in indigenous life and are still in place keeping them connected to one another in a community.

Interview with Beverly Singer (2005)

In this interview, conducted by Tavia Nyong'o at the Hemispheric Institute's 5th Encuentro titled Performing "Heritage": Contemporary Indigenous and Community-Based Practices in Belo Horizonte, Brazil in 2005), David talks about how he began playing percussion, demonstrates the rhythms he uses in his work, and how these shape daily Gullah life.

Interview with David Pleasant (2005)

In this interview, conducted by Diana Taylor at the Hemispheric Institutes 5th Encuentro titled Performing 'Heritage': Community Indigenous and Community-Based Practices in Belo Horizonte, Brazil in 2005.

Interview with Luisa Calcumil (2005)

Interview with Marcos Malafaia, one of the directors of Brazilian puppet theater company Giramundo, conducted by Marcos Alexandre in the context of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics 5th Encuentro.

Interview with Marcos Malafaia (2005)

Interview with Megaron Txucarramãe, conducted at the Hemispheric Institute's 5th Encuentro titled Performing Heritage: Contemporary Indigenous and Community-Based Practices which took place in Belo Horizonte, Brazil in 2005.

Interview with Megaron Txucarramãe (2005)

In this interview, conducted at the Hemispheric Institute's 5th Encuentrom Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2005, Takamine talks about how hula dance has served as a tool for transmission of native Hawaiian traditions, as a mode of resistance against colonialism, and as a site for the discussion of issues of intangible cultural heritage.

Interview with Vicky Takamine (2005)