yes, and … also draws from theatrical improvisation + Kimberlé Crenshaw’s theory of intersectionality to explore the following questions:
How can the uncertainty of a transitional moment serve as inspiration?
How can a break or change in trajectory be understood as an opportunity?
How can we welcome change while reaching toward a future that honours individual conceptions of self + collective understandings of social cohesion?
How can these dynamics shape the way we experience + subsequently remember a historical moment?
Improvisation + intersectionality ask that we develop complex understandings of ourselves + the contexts in which we operate by moving beyond dyadic conceptions + practicing radical openness. They ask that we stand firmly in our yes’s + that we ask ourselves why + how the specificities of individual experiences are made possible in order to then explore how understandings of past + present are inextricably related to our ability to manifest certain futures.
March 22, 5:00 - 8:00pm