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BITTER FRUITS - Part one- TOKENISM
Shara Lunon Graduate Recital THANK YOU so much for your vulnerability, visibility, and contribution to this project: Marisa Tornello Ezra Gans Bri Regis aka Lune Noirr Felici Asteinza Kalle Miller Lo Kalani Levy Lorenzo Gary Padmore And all of my teachers, friends, and family who have supported me throughout my graduate experience. “Bitter Fruits” is the gains that Black Americans have reaped from the “American dream”. Building this country on the back of my ancestors, we as a people have not won the sweet life that is promised to the citizens of this land. Furthermore, as stolen people, our heritage and culture were stripped away, and as a result, the commonalities of African people created pathways of unity and connection. Hair is a major component of my heritage. In it held nourishment. From it, maps were designed to find freedom. For the purposes of the New School CAPSTONE, this portion of Bitter Fruits, "Tokenism", has been expanded to include my peers, allies, and friends who have also felt the weight of being tokenized.
RR&R Performance by Yiseul LeMieux (composer Shara Lunon)
RR&R Written by Shara Lunon Performed by Yiseul LeMieux Performed via Zoom on Thursday, March 11, 2021 ----Made by Yiseul---- Visuals Text improvisation Sound improvisation- using an electric drill Audience participation by Shara Lunon, Gelsey Bell, Ezra Gans, Julián Muro, Marisa Tornello, and Magnus Løvseth Participation Part III. https://yiseullemieux.com/audience-participation-gallery
MUSIC: Music Player
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