He will be joined by American artist and NYU alumni Elizabeth Kallop who will be singing and playing the piano.
Drawing on their talents as artists and their experiences as global activists in the restitution movement, Ibou and Eliza will connect the audience to those communities who have lost these objects and lead us on the journey that these communities and cultural objects have gone through. They will creatively suggest what the foundation of reconciliation and healing could be.
In the process, we will engage with the questions these communities have been grappling with regarding history, identity, and culture. In English, French, and Wolof.
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