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War Dance: Costa Compagnie's After Afghanistan

Two years ago I had the pleasure of meeting Felix Meyer-Christian, the artistic director for Costa Compagnie, a German performance art collective. Costa Compagnie productions combine images, video, music, dance, spoken word, and audience interactivity in what their website calls an “Archeology of the Present” that investigates “global transformative processes.” The highly conceptual self-descriptions belied a much easier-to-describe task that brought Meyer-Christian and me together: I helped him interview US Army service members who had served at the American military base in Heidelberg for a project exploring the base’s 50+ year history as a locus of German-American relations organized around joint military endeavor. 366 more words

Art And War

War Traditions in the Eastern Indonesia

The Eastern of Indonesia areas consists of several main islands and hundred of small islands. The biggest island is Papua, Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT), Maluku and North Maluku islands. 418 more words


Interview with Calleen Sisk of the Winnimum Wintu

Check out this video interview I did with the chief and spiritual leader of the Winnimum Wintu people of the Mt. Shasta region.  Understanding the history and plight of Indigenous peoples is a big part of making The Shift to a more sustainable reality.

Doug McKenty

War Dance.

The Rugby World Cup is on at the moment and Wales are currently doing very well for themselves. I felt quite inspired by the New Zealand Haka and the Fiji War Dance. 17 more words