A presence that is felt constantly in Berlin Kreuzberg is a revolutionary feeling, the struggle for freedom and the desire to live together peacefully.
This work comes from observation, which led to a series of questions. Can art (dance) break down the walls that divide us?
During moments of celebration it seems like it can. But what if we took dance into everyday life, for example asking people to dance in the street while going to work, to the grocery store, on a date, etc.?
Video by Maruska Ronchi – Dancer: Elisa Sbaragli (Collettivo K)
RootsMe is a cultural mapping project by Perypezye Urbane.