A provocative hybrid between discussion and performance, disentangling notions of cultural identity, equality and cultural dissonance in public space.
This session explores evolving African narratives and voices about the notion of contemporary identity and how this informs the production of public space. It opens a discussion about the subjectivity of placemaking, cultural hybridity and migrancy; the transcendence of individual identity towards a collective spatial narrative of existence.
Jeff Tshabalala (Theatre producer, writer, performer, Managing and Artistic Director at Kiri Pink Nob Arts production house)
Nobukho Nqaba (Artist),
Alicia Fortuin (Urbanist, African centre for Cities, UCT),
Marco Morgan (Skate activist, Planner, Arts and Culture Department, at the City of Cape Town),
Bella Knemeyer (Urbanist, landscape architect, African Centre for Cities, UCT)
All events are free. No Zeitz MOCAA admittance fee is required.
Booking is essential. Please bring your Eventbrite ticket to confirm your registration.