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Last Yearz Interesting Negro: i ride in colour and soft focus, no longer anywhere

Last Yearz Interesting Negro: i ride in colour and soft focus, no longer anywhere

Body as oracle, a trance, a rhythmic interface, an atmosphere, a landscape with the texture of my current mental state. a dance informed by everything and everyone i have ever encountered, seen, heard, felt, been beside that has become part of me, as i try to identify my own voice. and then see if i can stand it. nothing ever really goes away.

A choreography that prioritizes density over going anywhere, noise over silence, now over yesterday and pleasure over doing it right.

A meditation on osmosis and internalization, the responsibilities of blackness and queerness, the pressure to ‘take space’ and the feeling of being possessed by other people’s fantasies.

Last Yearz Interesting Negro is the project of Jamila Johnson-Small.

New Queers on the Block is a scheme supporting the development of LGBTQ+ artists and audiences developed by The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton in association with Creative Folkestone and ]performance space[

Interview: 60 seconds with Last Yearz Interesting Negro

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Quarterhouse
Mill Bay,
Folkestone,
Kent,
CT20 1BN

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