Tag: Freespace

Freespace Ensemble at Hiddingh Hall Pt.4

Brought to you in collaboration with People’s Education, and as part of the UCT Decolonial School (2018), “Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits” is the first iteration of the Freespace Ensemble. Making use of Freespace as a discursive platform with possibilities for knowledge production, it brings forward an argument about ontological reality, drawing on clues in the world as we concretely experience it.

Freespace Ensemble at Hiddingh Hall Pt.3

Brought to you in collaboration with People’s Education, and as part of the UCT Decolonial School (2018), “Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits” is the first iteration of the Freespace Ensemble. Making use of Freespace as a discursive platform with possibilities for knowledge production, it brings forward an argument about ontological reality, drawing on clues in the world as we concretely experience it.

Excerpt from Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits

Brought to you in collaboration with People’s Education, and as part of the UCT Decolonial School (2018), “Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits” is the first iteration of the Freespace Ensemble. Making use of Freespace as a discursive platform with possibilities for knowledge production, it brings forward an argument about ontological reality, drawing on clues in the world as we concretely experience it.

Freespace Ensemble at Hiddingh Hall Pt.2

Brought to you in collaboration with People’s Education, and as part of the UCT Decolonial School (2018), “Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits” is the first iteration of the Freespace Ensemble. Making use of Freespace as a discursive platform with possibilities for knowledge production, it brings forward an argument about ontological reality, drawing on clues in the world as we concretely experience it.

Freespace Ensemble at Hiddingh Hall Pt.1

Brought to you in collaboration with People’s Education, and as part of the UCT Decolonial School (2018), “Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits” is the first iteration of the Freespace Ensemble. Making use of Freespace as a discursive platform with possibilities for knowledge production, it brings forward an argument about ontological reality, drawing on clues in the world as we concretely experience it.

Feelings Radio Project

Feelings Radio Project (FRP) is a pop-up radio and performance experiment making use of music, sound-collage, improvisation and open dialogue to investigate and “get in our feelings” about a range of issues in the contemporary South African and larger global context. Hosted by record collector and DJ Joey Modiba (aka Lirubishi) and performer-conductor Malik Ntone

An ontology of spirit

Changing same: An ontology of spirit A research project concerned with the nature of reality. It proposes a particular interpretation of the world and attempts to bring to life this worldview by building a living archive of multidisciplinary performances and material. In doing so it draws substantially on Freespace, a performance format, pedagogic device and

Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits

Brought to you in collaboration with People’s Education, and as part of the UCT Decolonial School (2018), “Freespace in the bush of cosmospirits” is the first iteration of the Freespace Ensemble. Making use of Freespace as a discursive platform with possibilities for knowledge production, it brings forward an argument about ontological reality, drawing on clues in the world as we concretely experience it.