Laundry of Legends will give the playful and generous power of Malaika's statement that a death poem is an opportunity to gather to share. It is a time machine and at the same time a tool with healing powers.
The performance is performed in English.
Played 3 times on Friday and 3 times on Saturday. Duration: about 35 min
"My work on death in the Arab world is not about an inalienable identity. Quite the opposite. Herein lies the necessity: to regain the playful and generous power of the narrative. I use Malaika's provocative claim that death is a place of gathering and sharing. ”
With and By : Jassem Hindi
Outer eye: Liam Alzafari
A big thank you to Barbara Raes, Walid el Hindi and friends.
Photo: Marie UrsinLaundry-of-Legends
Interview by Dr. Elisabeth Nehring about the work can be found here