The project is implemented as a series of events realised in each of the participating countries – Norway, Greenland, Denmark, Latvia, consisting of two parts: a workshop and audio-visual performance. The project is based on an international collaborative network of professionals from various cultural disciplines and supporting/producing institutions. The network is expanded in every participating country, identifying specific circumstances, timeframe and collaborating institutions.
The project is realized as an experience-based active participatory programme. The younger generation’s need is to be introduced to and informed about historical lifestyle and traditions in a contemporary and interesting form, which in this case is done in the workshop. An important issue is also to show the possibility of working with cultural heritage in a new way (combining sound, visual art, information and live experience) which will be manifested in the final performance event. It is also significant that the project shows a young audience the similarities between Northern European traditional heritage and culture.
“Kua Govs» er en audio-visuell eksperimentell hendelse som alltid vil inneha interaksjon med publikum /tilfeldig passerende som mål.