Over time we have distanced ourselves from the healing power of sharing. Forgotten the idea of collective ownership and collective sharing. Focus is to look into what happens if we stop owning – if we surrender to the basic notion that the soil exists in itself, belongs to no one and is accessible to all.
Just like us soil migrates through wind, through water, through erosion. To demand us to be locked to artificial borders is as unnatural as to demand soil to stay within one field. Our bodies will migrate through soil, through water, through language, through sharing.
Through four tropes: the healer, the listener, the messenger and the preacher members from Wajukuu Arts and madar collective will explore different paths to create healing messaging in forms of written text, spoken words, sounds, symbols and textiles, to distribute them and to share and return the basic elements of life – the soil and water.
This performance will invite you to several co-creation processes, where we will establish these healing messages through text, symbols and sounds.