Between Us: Spaces
By Syowia Kyambi
Transpositions 07 June 2016
What happens to the authentic self when the process of building a nationalistic identity is created through the breaking down and rebuilding of a person? Syowia Kyambi’s new work, Between Us: Spaces navigates questions of communal identity, the state, self-censorship and fear in relationship to the individual. How do people negotiate their own vulnerabilities; do we ever see our real selves if we don’t know the self, have never known it, how will it be recognised if one is constantly looking through someone else’s lens?
Part of the Performance as Process programme at Delfina Foundation, London
With support from Walton Family Foundation and Delfina Foundation’s family of individual supporters.