I'm really looking forward to performing Splice Festival #richmix this Saturday with Kimatica Studio's new show :Transecendence Journey into the Subconscious. Doors open 6.30pm.
'Come celebrate my birthday and see the testing ground of a new piece I've developed At the Bernie Grant Arts centre next Thursday the 5th of April 2018 @7.30pm Entry:£3.50. Six other Artists will also be showing new work:
This piece is called 'An Ode to DJ Derek': DJ Derek was a world renowned reggae Dj who discovered,
(through the Windrush generation of Caribbeans who settled in the UK ) a love of Reggae Music,
and subsequenty spread it throughout the World. Through his love the Reggae Genre played an
extended paternal role to Naomi O'Connor ( LOVEACTIVISTDANCE) and the Intergenerational,
Interacial, Community Worldwide , yet vanished mysteriously last April.
Installation: AAIS interprofessional programme
Dance Production and Performance: Naomi O'Connor LoveActivistDance
Music: Bob Marley and The Wailers : Label:Upsetters: Released Jan 1970
Artwork of framed picture of DJ Derek: STEWY.
Costume Design: Liberty London LTD
Rabat Improvisation @ Hassan Tower 25/12/2017. Wearing my SAN-KO-FI artwork based costume as part of 'Africa Is Wherever I Am' Dance Film Investigation.
Wild Morrocco Improvisation retreat. Very excited to be going to Morocco from the Solstice for a Christmas break and Dance experiment from this Friday until the 16th of Jan. Pictures will follow shortly.
I'm looking forward to the three day One Dance Uk Conference for dance teachers, Choreographers and Health Professionals @trinitylaban 25th,26th and 26th November.
Derek Jarman's Jubilee @Lyric Theatre this coming Feb-I went to see it in Manchester on Saturday, punk-relevant dance-debautchery brought up to date.
L.A.D Multidisiplinary show with www.HOTOnTheWire.TV Performance Caberet this coming Friday as part of Random Artistes HOME exhibition @Ex Fed, 199 Eade Road, London, N15 4DD from 7pm onwards.
LOVEACTIVISTDANCE will be trying out some new new ideas around Home as a moving Territory in Flux for this exhibtion on the 1st of November, watch this space for more information #getinvolved #share #support
San-Ko-Fi, is saying taken from the A’Kan people, native to Ghana, which translates as: ‘To return, and Fetch, Your Seat’ .