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'Coloured Swans' by Moya Michael

Dance Umbrella 2018

'Coloured Swans' by Moya Michael

During the 2018 Dance Umbrella Festival, Moya Michael, in collaboration with Tracey Rose will bring you the performance ‘Coloured Swans’ on Thursday 8 and Friday 9 March, at 20:00 in the Wits Downstairs Theatre.

In a world that is increasingly polarised, the landscape seems to be restricted to black and white. But what about the shades of grey; that wide range of colours reflected by the skins of a global majority, that is still nevertheless labeled as a minority? These two artists will explore common visual images that will reflect their histories and where they are today. Commissioned by Dance Umbrella 2018 and supported by the Government of Flanders.

More info on: http://www.danceforumsouthafrica.co.za/.

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