Through life form elements to harvest spiritual intervention to what mankind is going through the period when so much is happening globally and so many questions regarding earth decaying and the new world surfacing in the era of global shift.
Filmed and edited:
African music ethnic percussion
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Mzamo is a dance practitioner who grew up in Umlazi Township (Durban) dancing Spantsula and started dancing contemporary /modern dance in 2012 under Movement lab, 2014 joined a dance training program at Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre, under that program he performed numerous shows directed by Jay Pather including Rite of Spring at FNB dance umbrella and Jomba dance festival, Qaphela Ceasar, From Before and Panstula 320. 2016 Mzamo joined Playhouse Dance Residency were he started Ballet and Classical, under PDR he worked with choreographers like Sandile Mkhize, Sunnyboy Motau, Lulu Mlangeni, David Gouldie, Luyanda Sidiya to mention few. 2019 started to choreograph and has produced Nocturnal souls for Platform 1, On the Margin I… For for Jomba!. 2021 moved to East London (EC) to further his studies under Sonwa Sakuba Institute for the Performing Arts.
Thutho Mothibi was born in Mafikeng, North West. She started Latin, contemporary and Hip Hop dancing at Mmabana Arts Council in 2008. She joined a dance studio in Mafikeng, Dance By Erin in 2014 until 2016 where she competed at the South African Championships of performing Arts. In 2020 she was part of an Arts in school program as a dance facilitator. 2021 moved to East London to study at Sonwa Sokuba Institute for the performing arts.
The Noziphendu Traditional Group was established in 2012,at Mthonyameni A/A, Lower Mjika, Tsolo. It is a group composed of members of different ages and genders. It offers a variety of traditional moves and dances. It has performed in various platforms across the country, platforms like Macufe, EC Ensemble,P.E Opera House, to mention but a few. It is also aimed at offering skills in the art of bead work, and other traditional disciplines. The focus of the group is to retain the authentic culture of Amaxhosa.