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More Sweetly Play the Dance

‘More Sweetly Play the Dance’ by William Kentridge is shown across the walls of a room. Featuring a slow progression of shadowy figures walking to a haunting tune played by a brass brand, it includes skeletons, generals being pulled along on platforms by bent-over women, dancers in traditional African dress, people on medical drips and a religious procession.

All hint at the human and natural crises that force people to flee their homes and walk long distances: hunger, floods, poverty, war. The effect is stunning in its sights and sounds –and in its humanity. Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art, Capetown.

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IdeaSpies @ 2020.01.17 3:13 AM
A positive way of showing a very challenging time.

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By IdeaSpies

11th January 2020


(4 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)

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