IMPRESSIONS: Mariaa Randall's "Footwork/Technique" as part of First Nations Dialogues:
Randall in Footwork/Technique. Photo by Ian Douglas.
Who’s your mob?
This question spurs Footwork/Technique by Randall, which received its US premiere as part of First Nations Dialogues: KIN. Curated by Emily Johnson and presented by Performance Space New York in partnership with BlakDance and American Realness, the work unfolds as two- workshop and one-third traditional concert dance piece.
Unlike in America, where we use the word mob to describe a random assembly of people, it refers, Down Under, to a cohesive collection of people such as one’s extended family.
Randall, who belongs to the Bundjalung and Yaegl people of the Far North Coast of New South Wales, opens .
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