Remedies - Remède

Sasha Huber

Remède - Remedies is a collective problem/solution performance combining personal beliefs related to health and well-being. Each participant was invited to contribute a causal remedy to a common dilemma — be it a disease, nuisance or spiritual misfortune. Remedies can range from a natural healing techniques to established medicine and folk wisdom. Remedies was developed into gestural, sung, slam and spoken collaborative form and was performed collectively in Creole at the Centre D'Art in Port-au-Prince in Haiti in January 2016. The participants of the collective performance are also co-authors of the work.

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Remedies - Remède
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Rohdot - Remède

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Remedies - Remède

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Sasha Huber (Author), Petri Saarikko (Author), Petri Saarikko (Cinematographer), Gasner François (Cinematographer), David Difficile (Cinematographer), Sasha Huber (Director), Petri Saarikko (Director), Le Centre D’Art (Producer), Sasha Huber (Producer), Petri Saarikko (Producer), Petri Saarikko (Script), Jean Baptiste Léonard (Actor), Sasha Huber (Actor), Jonathan Registre (Actor), Myrtile Mario (Actor), Desiris James (Actor), Printemps Ericson (Actor), Bijou Mackenson (Actor), Fèr Patrick (Actor), Pierre Jean Gardy (Actor), Champagne J. Robert (Actor), Casimir Rossi Jacques (Actor), Francil James (Actor), Mettelus Stanley (Actor), Mahotiere Gardy Oscar (Actor), Julius Salo (Editor), TAIKE (Funder), Sasha Huber (Script), Petri Saarikko (Sound Design), Julius Salo (Sound Design)
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Sasha Huber (CH/FI) is a Helsinki based multidisciplinary visual artist of Swiss-Haitian heritage. She works and presents her work internationally and is primarily concerned with the politics of memory and belonging, particularly in relation to colonial residue left in the environment. Sensitive to the subtle threads connecting history and the present, she uses and responds to archival material within a layered creative practice that encompasses performance-based interventions, video, photography, and collaborations. Huber is also claiming the compressed-air staple gun, aware of its symbolic significance as a weapon while offering the potential to renegotiate unequal power dynamics. Huber works regularly in a creative partnership with her partner artist Petri Saarikko. She holds an MA from the University of Art and Design Helsinki and is presently undertaking practice-based PhD studies.