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devynn emory, Tina Campt, Sadiya Hartman, Simone Leigh & Okwui Okpokwasili: Final Platform 2020 Offerings
devynn emory, Tina Campt, Sadiya Hartman, Simone Leigh & Okwui Okpokwasili
Starting this Thursday, Danspace invites you to view the final virtual offerings for PLATFORM 2020: Utterances From The Chorus from devynn emory and the long-awaited conversation between Tina Campt, Saidiya Hartman, Simone Leigh, and Platform co-curator Okwui Okpokwasili. The following videos will be on view for 24 hours each:
mmm (movement memorial meditations)
followed by a conversation with Seta Morton
Thursday, April 23, 10am - Friday, April 24, 9:59am WATCH HERE
devynn emory is a dance artist, healer, and hospice nurse here in NYC. We are honored to share this video on what would have been the premiere evening of their new work, deadbird at Danspace. devynn's performance-lecture took place February 29 in an afternoon organized by the Platform 2020 Kin & Care Research Group.
Slowness: a conversation between Tina Campt, Saidiya Hartman, Simone Leigh, and Okwui Okpokwasili
Friday, April 24, 10am - Saturday, April 25 9:59am WATCH HERE
This conversation was scheduled to stream on March 26, a week after we made the difficult decision to cancel Platform programming. Due to an overwhelming volume of registrants and unfamiliar technologies, we experienced severe technical difficulties. Luckily, earlier that same day, Danspace Project recorded what was to be part one of the conversation between these incredible scholars, writers, and artists. The conversation is a reimagining of the live public conversation between Tina and Okwui originally scheduled for the last day of the Platform.We are so happy to share this recording with you!
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