Tag Archives: Movements

2016 Oct. 12: The dancer’s psyche

Before, during and after the performance at FotoFocus 2016 Performances take their own form. The space, atmosphere and musicality usually influence the entire performance and movement vocabulary. The 8th October performance at the National Underground Railroad Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, … Continue reading

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2014 May 2: ‘Within our chaos and contradictions…”

Text by Smanga Shange © Photos by Zanele Muholi (02 May 2014)   What: Full Moon Where:  Joburg Theatre till 11th May 2014 ‘The best part was the last act, specifically when there was a war between a man and … Continue reading

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2014 April 5: “We are being killed for nothing”

  A impression by Signe Tveskov __________________________ Performance: Maureen Velile Majola & Jelena Kuljic Video: “Isililo” by Zanele Muholi Where:  Constanza Macraz/ Dorkypark – Studio 44. Berlin   Heavy sounds of breathing. The sounds are somehow disturbing. We don’t know if it … Continue reading

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2014 March 26: Lucky Ronni @ Studio 44

  Constanza Macraz/ Dorkypark City: Berlin, Germany What: During rehearsals Photos by Zanele Muholi Camera used: Canon 6d with 50mm lens. 1:8          About the dancers in these photos currently on AiR @ Constanza Macraz Lucky Kele specializes … Continue reading

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2014 March 21: Part 2 A retrospective on my life and work as an activist in South Africa

Johannesburg, May 17, 2013 (Part 1 describes how I first came to South Africa and became involved in lesbian and gay activism here, namely, through my role as the J-FLAG representative to the ILGA conference hosted by Johannesburg in September … Continue reading

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2013 June 24: Our deepest fear is that we are powerful

by Kopano Sibeko A week and a day ago was what is nationally known as June 16, termed after the 1976 Soweto uprising, which spiraled because Afrikaans was to be shaved down every bodies throat as a medium language in … Continue reading

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2013 Feb.10: Raped For Who I Am

A review “Raped for who I am” has to be the most difficult documentary I have ever had to watch in recent times. I have found soothing in my ability to remaining oblivious to the realities that pose a great … Continue reading

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