Past Event

Séancers

5 Feb 2019

Performance artist Jaamil Olawale Kosoko conjours themes of paranormal activity, loss and resurrection as he explores black identities through his work. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Kosoko draws on his own experiences, including the deaths of family members, as well as inspiration from other art forms in a piece that brings together movement, song, spoken word and a live score from Bessie award-winning composer Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste.

Jaamil Olawale Kosoko will also be leading a workshop for creative practitioners on Tue 14 May. Find out more here.

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