PuSh Blog

Lolling and Rolling

November 03, 2022

Jaha Koo, who has short black hair and is wearing glasses and a black T-shirt and headphones around his beck, is DJing. In the background is a video of green glitches.

Video, music and monologue come together as Jaha Koo takes on the absurdities of linguistic imperialism. The main subject is the South Korean phenomenon of tongue-tie surgery, a procedure that makes it easier for patients […]

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Born to Manifest

November 16, 2021

Joseph Toonga channels the experiences of young Black British men in this fierce, dynamic dance performance. The show begins with the lone figure of Toonga and some harshly suggestive audio: ape noises, gunshots, the sounds […]

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AALAAPI | ᐋᓛᐱ

November 16, 2021

  Crossing the boundaries of age, gender, and ethnicity in its collective authorship, AALAAPI | ᐋᓛᐱ enriches our lives with a nuanced understanding of contemporary Inuit experience. Combining the aesthetics of theatre and radio, the […]

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