UNANTHEMIC is a decolonial memoir, navigating personal and national identity and media through performance and non-violent protest.
Curating an immersive installation for audiences and performer to inhabit in real time, choreography, film, sculpture, and text translates, connects, and processes the complexities and tensions found in identity and multifaceted personhood.
Shuttling between personal and pirated pop-cultural identity subjectivities, celebrity-collaborators present and dissect legacies of white supremacy, audiences bear witness to the artist pivoting through dynamic positions from which to move and be moved — physically, politically and emotionally — toward a more radiant, unified whole.
Commissioned by Sonic Gaze and Newham London for Newham Spoken Word Festival 2019
Performance: Adam Moore
Producer: Adam Moore
Photos: Rob Hopper