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Colonial kaleidoscope / convergence – – chila kumari burman

Work on IPad highlighting diasporic convergence of discovered colonial legacies    
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JONATHAN MAYER

Imagine a reprise of jazz chord, a western classical structure & harmony, then an alaap scale of a raag… but all within a single thought.  You may be forgiven to shout that can only be contrived.  But, that is exactly what Jonathan Mayer’s musical brain computes on a daily basis.. Highly regarded for his resilient talent,
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10 Years Gone Over … Find Me Amongst The Black

I’ve just watched it now, now!   Ten years over gone! I knew it was on at the mac, but I was busy with family stuff and then kids. I remember wanting to go becuase Parv was involved, he was a good writer. I always thought it was a play, but having just watched it, I like
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Obscure/ed

  I consumed breast milk, baby wipes, Sesame Snaps, Eastenders, straws, jelly shoes, Kite Runner, fried fish, vitamins, shampoo, body moisturiser, sanitary towels, English breakfast tea, wind screen wash, second hand tyres, black tights, dungarees, Book of Mormon, Ibuprofen, katsu curry, iPad, flip flops, eye liner, Chanel Mademoiselle perfume, Coca-Cola, satin bed throw, straw hat,
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SARATHY KORWAR

There is a recognizable hunger in Sarathy Korwar when meeting him or seeing him play live. It is a hunger of the kind you see in someone who wants to correct or restore something that has gone wrong in the world.  In Cicadas, his last commissioned work for zerOclassikal, he was eager to re-address the
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