ADEJOKE TUGBIYELE: Freedom Dance II

Excerpt from Leslie-Lohman Museum’s newsletter

photo by Alex Geana
“Adejoke with Same-Sex”, 2017, digital image. © photo by Alex Geana

ADEJOKE TUGBIYELE: Freedom Dance II
June 3-June 4, 12-6pm
Prince Street Project Space
127-B Prince Street
New York, NY 10012

Opening: June 2, 6-8pm

Performance: June 4, 3pm collaboration with musician Will Calhoun of Living Colour

Freedom Dance II by Adejoke Tugbiyele embodies improvised/experimental movement towards reclaiming the female body in personal and political dimensions – undoing false historical narratives and breaking free from boundaries/ limitations through dynamic collaborative performance and story-telling. Seeking to move beyond labels around sexual identity and towards the strength of the heart and mind, it also explores levels of fluidity embedded in the dualities of masculine/feminine, through the play of light/dark, movement/stillness, object/space.

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