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South African dance history presentation
South African dance history presentation

Wednesday, October 3rd, 10.00 A .M. to 1.00 P.M. – Dance Space Studios

South African contemporary theatre dance as it is today was incubated during over 40 years of Nationalist
government rule which entrenched the policy of apartheid (separate development).

In the mid 1970s a number of dancers, teachers and choreographers began expressing and articulating their resistance to this draconian system which separated people according to their race. In some instances artists broke the apartheid laws to work across these legal and cultural barriers. The strategies they used were often ingenious. This included developing choreography and training methodologies rooted in a plethora of techniques (imported and developed), styles and cultural traditions.

These experimental initiatives, mainly focused in the cities and townships of Johannesburg, Soweto, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban, were also in some instances a reaction and a response to imposed Western training and performance techniques on African bodies in pursuit of South African identities and aesthetics.

This artistic activism, which happened during two States of Emergencies and an international cultural boycott, underpins a complex, highly fragmented, contested, history. Johannesburg theatre journalist and dance writer Adrienne Sichel’s writing on the evolution of South African contemporary dance culminates with the Seasons France and South Africa 2013. Titled Body Politics – Finger Printing South African Contemporary Dance this journalistic memory tracks threads of the socio-political and cultural contexts as well as aspects of the development of contemporary dance in apartheid and post apartheid South Africa.

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