Radio III, by Zoë Poluch, Hanako Hoshimi-Caines and Elisa Harkins combines sculpture, music and dance. It is an indigenous futuristic concert, a dance performance, a perverse triangle of shifting power that seeks to be unfaithful to Minimalism’s recognizable aesthetic and its claim to so-called ‘neutrality’.
Elisa Harkins is a Native American (Cherokee/Muscogee) composer and artist interested in unearthing and retelling Indigenous histories.
Hanako Hoshimi-Caines is a dancer and choreographer based in Montréal. She is engaged with dance, performance-making and philosophy as a way to see, feel and love better.
Zoë Poluch, originally from Canada, is based now in Stockholm moving through different institutions and independent groupings dedicated to dancing and thinking choreography together.