The Dancer, the Drum & the Serpent

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The Dancer, the Drum & the Serpent
(Witchcraft, Cyborgs & Forms of Resistance)
Saturday September 22, from 4 - 6 pm
Sorte Firkant, Blågårdsgade 29
2200 Copenhagen N.

Join us September 22nd for a celebration of September equinox. When the Sun and the Earth align, and we pass from summer to winter or winter to summer (depending on our location on Earth). “The Dancer, the Drum & the Serpent” is an artistic program that explores the entanglement between witchcraft and cyborgs as forms of resistance to coloniality. In colonial times, dancing, drumming and spiritual practices were conceived of as witchcraft by the colonial rule. Drums were forbidden and destroyed while practitioners were burned as witches. But the dancer, the drum and the serpent move the cycles of seasons creating cracks and loopholes in the system. The event invites artists whose practice in different ways explores questions of how to restore or heal creative expression when the vital core has been cut off.

Artists:

Miriam Haile
Monia Sander
Shekufe Tadayoni Heiberg
Linda Lazer
Lesley-Ann Brown

Free entrance

The installation by Monia Sander will be on display throughout October at Sorte Firkant during opening hours.
The programme will be followed by an Artist Talk + Open Forum with La Vaughn Belle and Jeannette Ehlers on the future of I AM QUEEN MARY on October 2, 2018 from 19.30 - 21.

The program is organised by Sorte Firkant and conceived in collaboration with Nazila Kivi & Salon Hysteria.
The program is supported by the Danish Arts Foundation and Nørrebro Lokal Udvalg