LATINX is a choreographic trio between three South American women; together, they explore , with their shared heritage, ways to create, interpret, and embody Urban Latin music thereby demonstrating their political discontent with issues across the South American Diaspora. Inspired by the movement called, “ Perro Combativo '', the dancers manifest an imaginary protective space wherein reggaeton, a deep influence of latin music, can disrupt and resist against political agendas set by those empowered to oppress those in minority and oppressed communities. This work aims to empower and keep alive the physical memories of the land from which they originated.
Performers: Amara Thomas, Giuliana Corsi, Pamela Moraga
Direction and Choreography: Pamela Moraga
Assistant Director: Tomoya Kawamura
Dramaturgy assistant: Tomoya Kawamura
Sound Design and Music: Cristobal Ruffo
Video archive: Asphalt Kollektive Berlin e.V (Lukas Hamm)
Technik: Torsten Eissrich