Miijin Ki, a word in the Anishnabemowin language which translates to Eating Land, is a new work where Kramer, along with her collaborators, create non-violent tensions of living and being on the land. The work acts as a counter narrative to the pan victim Indian and a metaphor for the interconnectedness of all things in the modern and natural world.

Presented as a ‘scratch night’, this public residency will give the creative team a chance to test things in front of a small audience night after night. An exciting open laboratory and a place for experimentation.

Mijiin Ki is a co-presentation with Dancemakers. The full version of the piece will premiere in Toronto in January 2020.

Running time: 1 hour (no interval)

Presented by Summerhall and created with the support of Dancemakers.


20-24 August (4pm), 1 hour, £10 (£8 concession, £28 family ticket)

Book Tickets

£10 (£8 concession, £28 family ticket)