Orisha del Norte- Massy Arts Interview

“Being of Chilean and Jamaican ancestry, I felt the need to search out traditions that came from places where both sides of my ancestry co-existed and formed their own traditions within mixed context. That journey started with learning Capoeira, then Afro Brasilian Dance, and then Afro Cuban dance. In learning these dances and practices, I was struck by how Blackness was so highly esteemed across the diaspora- and particularly in learning about the ways in which Orixas use mirrors to admire their own beauty, one with the elements.”

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