“30Skanks”is a durational exploration into how the Black British community have used dance and reggae music to politically resist external forces. 30 Skanks considers the movement language that was created alongside, the highly political music genre Reggae, as its own political language.
Photo Credit: Katarzyna Perlak
30 Skanks (and other revolutionary dances)
An investigation into police violence, a theatrically driven solo, created via improvisation.
(with support from Charlotte Cooper)
A result of Yinka Shonanbare’s and Guest projects artist in residency with the and QTIPOC artist project, Flat White is a dance, film and art installation, which investigates the colonial history and contemporary globalisation of coffee in relation to the politics of the body.
One Lyrical Bitch Solo--an Installation
An archival dance film performance looking at position of black women in dance.
Gift to My Little Brother
Gift to my little brother is a physical exploration of black male subjectivity in ‘post-‐racial’ London. It is a physical response, which attempts to give further voice to this subjectivity’s ‘Small Story’ and his interactions with the wider ‘Big City’ through feminist queer lenses.