Join artist and curator Theia Connell and choreographer and dancer Amaara Raheem as they discuss being regional, multiple belongings, collective leadership and collective memory.
Theia Connell is an artist, curator and producer of contemporary art, live events and site-specific projects living in nipaluna/Hobart.
Amaara Raheem is a shape-shifter, dance-artist and amateur weaver. Dancing came about through working in theatre and for her language has always been part of movement. She crosses borders: cultural, geographic, imaginary and disciplinary.
Accompanying music is ‘on a motel floor 2 (albury)’ by efp
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These interviews were produced on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Eastern Kulin Nations, Next Wave is privileged to traverse the land and waterways of this continent of many nations – to share in the act of art making and culture building – grounded on justice, friendship and care. We also acknowledge the traditional lands this digital platform reaches.
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