Hello: Nikima Jagudajev! Artist meeting ~ Karmaklubb* x Kiosken session

man28mars19:00man23:00Hello: Nikima Jagudajev! Artist meeting ~ Karmaklubb* x Kiosken sessionBERGEN, BABY!!


Who are Nikima, and what do they care about? Friend of Karma* since 2020, several events accomplished, and we’ve also co-published a text together. Now Nikima is back in town. Please meet up at 19:00, talk starts at 19:30. Feel free to bring your own favourite drinks. *FREE!* Then, join us out!



March 2022 we are working on site with Kiosken Studio and various partners through satellites. Keyword: Queerness and joy; collaboration and conversation as well as visibility in public realms. The residency will include text launches, open conversations, parties, shows, and other artistic and social encounters. Major party is at ØSTRE, 25 March. Before and after: Stop by and visit at C. Sundts gate 36. Doors might be open, but when the green claw is lit: Be sure we are there. During the events at Kiosken: Please feel free to bring your own favourite drinks. Stay tuned for updates. Ad hocs will happen. ALL EVENTS ARE *FREE!* BERGEN, BABY!! @karmaklubb_oslo



Nikima Jagudajev (USA/AUS), born 1990, is a choreographer based in New York, USA and Brussels, Belgium. Their first solo exhibition ‘Basically’ took place in 2021 at Bergen Kunsthall (Norway). This process based live practice that expands formal dance into the construction of open-ended socialities has taken form in venues including Shedhalle (Zürich), Kurimanzutto (Mexico City), Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, The Whitney Museum of American Art, MoMA PS1, and Rockbund Art Museum (Shanghai) as well as in the context of Material Art Fair’s ‘Immaterial’ (Mexico City), 89 at LUMA/Westbau (Zürich), kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), and as part of the Marrakech Biennale (Morocco). Their published work includes The Backstreet Boys as part of Bergen Kunsthall’s ‘Speculative Histories’ text commission platform and co-published by Karmaklubb* (2021), ‘Relations of Unpredictable Encounters’ in the Movement Research Performance Journal (2017) and ‘the landscape thinks itself in me’ in Asad Raza’s Root Sequence. Mother Tongue (Walther König, 2018).


28. mars 2022 19:00 - 23:00(GMT+02:00)