INTERCHANGE 2015 – JK Anicoche
JK Anicoche (Philippines) is an action-star art practitioner of multiple artistic identities crossing boundaries from mainstream to contemporary performance art movement in the Philippines. JK is a prize-winning storyteller and actor, director, workshop facilitator for film, theatre and television. He is a Theater Arts graduate of the Philippine High School for the Arts in Mt. Makiling and took up BA Film and Audio Visual Communications at the University of the Philippines in Diliman. JK is the artistic director of independent contemporary performance company the Sipat Lawin Ensemble. He is a founding member of PResNT: Performance Research Network, and Acting Without Borders, a pioneering team of acting coaches for lead actors in mainstream television networks. JK is also the founder of Project Banig: Storytelling Everywhere Campaign encouraging volunteerism and storytelling in communities. He teaches Directing and Basic Acting courses for Theater Arts scholars at the Phil. High School for the Arts in Mt. Makiling.
Image credit: JK Anicoche, Monsoon. Photo by Matt Cornell.