DIG: Farah Saleh and collaborators | PAST-inuous
A live interactive dance performance, with an in-person and digital cast.
Created digitally, in collaboration with video artist Lucas Chih-Peng Kao, PAST-inuous involves 11 Palestinian dancers - most of whom are third generation refugees - living in both Palestine and the diaspora.
PAST-inuous explores the bodies of the artists as living archives and aspires to reflect on the future of the Palestinian refugee cause and its connection to the current global refugee condition.
This performance includes some audience participation.
This performance is standing but seats will be available on request.
British Sign Language Interpretation is available on request.
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Running Time: 20 minutes (with four ticketed performances each day)
Recommended for ages 12+
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Photo by Lucas Chih-Peng Kao
About the artist
Farah Saleh is an award-winning Palestinian dancer and choreographer based in Scotland, who is active in Palestine, Europe and the USA. She has studied Linguistic and Cultural Mediation in Italy and in parallel continued her studies in Contemporary Dance. Alongside dancing and teaching nationally and internationally, she was an Associate Artist at Dance Base from Edinburgh 2017-2021 and is currently finishing her practice-based PhD at Edinburgh College of Art.
For full works and more information visit Farah's website