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Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson
S/He Breathe/S - is a collaborative multisensory performance installation. Illuminating questions of belonging and existence within a socio-climate colonial devastated future, where Black and Brown people are turned into objects for ‘air-work’: cleaning toxic polluted air with their lungs, and white / light skinned folx are protected with breathing apparatus from birth.
Centring hope, love and possibility, the central character, Xaymaca searches through ancestral connections of queer time-travel and techno-ecologies to hold a ritual - to speak to us, to remind us of what needs to be done....
Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson - Writer, Director, Actor + Project Coordinator
Kes Gill-Martin - Actor + Project Coordinator + Wellbeing Access Support (for Lateisha)
Yuwei Jing - Actor
EM Williams - Actor
Raf Alero - Sound Artist
Seyi Adelekun - Scenic Artist
Ella Justine Frost - Video Artist
insta: Ella Justine Frost
Robbie White - Video Creative Direction
Zahra Dalilah - Essay Artist
Shannay Henry-Brown - Assistant
Andréa Ferdinand - Wellbeing Access Support (for Lateisha)
Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson (they/she - b.1989) is an interdisciplinary artist & embodied social justice practitioner of Jamaican heritage. Lateisha loves open water swimming, dancing amongst sound-systems and nurturing communities of rebel rousers.
Rooted in Black queer disability-justice ecological-feminisms - Lateisha’s art meditates upon life sustaining practices. Invoking body-land ritual technologies as pathways towards healing + liberation.
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