2-channel sound + single channel video
Extraterritorial صوت is a collaborative work that proposes a feminist take on post-apocalypse ambitions through a series of embodied meditation on places where ghosts reside at the end of the world. Collaborators Sholeh Asgary, Dena Al-Adeeb, Leyya Mona Tawil, and Daiane Lopes da Silva construct this work with video, sound, and choreography that invoke movement within/outside borders, bodies, and land.
Arab.AMP Commissioned Project 2020-2021
Produced by DANCE ELIXIR
Supported by the Kenneth Rainin Foundation and the California Arts Council