“dress to sweat, dance to fight” – Jenny Moore
"Visionary fiction encompasses all of the fantastic, with the arc always bending towards justice. We believe this space is vital for any process of decolonization, because the decolonisation of the imagination is the most dangerous and subversive for there is: for it is where all other forms of decolonization are born. Once the imagination is unshackled. liberation is limitless.”
– Walidah Imarisha, Octavia’s Brood
Building upon their collaborative practice and their recent work with the Bedfellows research group and Tate Exchange, artist Phoebe Davies and choreographer Nandi Bhebhe lead a movement based workshop that explores anxieties of the body and assumed perceptions of age and identity. Navigating how bodies can negotiate multiple histories, disrupt power structures and form relationships of solidarity.