At 11u on 11 november 2018, Migrating Dialogues will be diving into a military bunker in the provincial domain Raversyde in Ostend during the slot weekend of KAAP’s UN/SETTLED festival.
Exactly 100 years after the eind of the First World war we will be examining the borders of the future. Come and watch and listen to our new story: Ladies Choice.
Ladies Choice is a conversation between My mother, a friend and I about being an expat, setting boundries, fighting old patterns and the sea. How do we carry our paet into our future? Which smells, sounds and images travel with us?
We will be performing in a military bunker right on the edge of the sea. It will be a totally unique experience – a one time only experience. so make sure you reserve a seat (places are limited).
jYou can reserve a ticket here: https://unsettled.
For more about UN/SETTLED festival kijk je op: https://unsettled.kaap.be/
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Ladies’ choice: A performance about displacement, decolonising your past and looking at the borders of the future.
For this performance Rona Kennedy enters into dialogue with her mother Audrey and her friend Lola. They talk about drawing lines in the sand, shaking scorpions out of your shoes, learning new languages and unpacking boxes. They dance, sing and ask questions to the sea. They are digging for memories, self justifications and blind spots. They are expats, but exactly does that mean?
This performance is part of Migrating Dialogues, a story-project about migration, power and privilege. The makers invite you to share stories and so join a collective process of thinking about displacement, decolonisation and taboo.
Where do you draw the line?