Featuring archival footage from past conferences, Dance Dialogues presents the thinking and practices of dancers, choreographers and companies from the African and African Caribbean diaspora who have made a significant impact in shaping the international dance ecology.
This Dance Dialogue features Gladys M Francis’ talk at the Black Dance: A Contemporary Voice conference at LDIF19. Francis examines the recognition of Black dancing bodies and the continued impact of neo-colonial powers on contemporary dance practice.
Filmed by Intrepid Media.
This event is part of Alternative LDIF, a digital festival of international dance. All events will be online and available to view for 24 hours from the listed start time.
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