here and now II

By our very genetic makeup we should be fluid. We are half water and water does not resist, ​water flows. However, restrictions are placed on bodies and how they should interact with each other. From intimacy and emotions, we are conditioned to conform to specific gender roles and confinements. What happens then when one flows fluidly through contemporary and traditional African spaces in a non-normative expression of gender and identity. What is the outcome to self and to society?

In the second part of my work Here & Now I seek to explore this notion through the use of body movements and interaction.