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Naked on Stage: Anatheistic Performance at Worm
Have you ever seen a show that made you question everything you thought you knew? If not, you might want to check out the Anatheistic Performance at Worm, a remarkable event that featured naked performers on stage. In this article, I will tell you more about this amazing spectacle and why it was worth watching.
What was Anatheistic Performance?
Anatheistic Performance was a collaborative project by MINT, a platform that brought together creative minds to develop their ideas. MINT hosted the NEST residency at WORM S/ash Gallery/WORM UBIK from August to September 2018, and this show was the result of their work. Anatheistic Performance was a multidisciplinary exhibition that combined dazzling performances, captivating visual art, and live music. The theme of the show was anatheism, which means a return to God after the death of God.
Who were the Naked Performers?
The naked performers were Laurens Bijl, Lennart Wiltens, Nishel Barboeram, Lieuwe Zelle and Philemon Mukarno. They were all artists who explored the boundaries of the human body and expression. They used light, dance and music to create a powerful and provocative experience for the audience. They challenged the norms of society and religion by exposing their nakedness and vulnerability on stage. They invited the viewers to question their own beliefs and assumptions about themselves and others.
Why was it Worth Watching?
It was worth watching because it was a rare opportunity to see something different and original. You would not only enjoy a spectacular show, but also learn something new and meaningful. You would be part of a community that celebrated diversity and creativity. You would also have a chance to interact with the artists and other attendees after the show. And last but not least, you would have fun and feel alive.
Where was the Show?
The show was on September 1st 2018 at WORM S/ash Gallery/WORM UBIK in Rotterdam.
If you missed naked on stage at Anatheistic Performance at Worm, you might regret it. It was an unforgettable night that many people still talk about. Maybe you can catch their next show if they ever do one again.
Performance: Laurens Bijl, Lennart Wiltens, Nishel Barboeram, Lieuwe Zelle and Philemon Mukarno