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My research sits at the intersection between social anthropology and performing art. Social Anthropology is defined as the branch of anthropology concerned with the study of human behaviour in societies, cultures and their development. It therefore follows that human exploitation (Slavery, Colonialism, Prison Industrial Complex, Organ Harvesting and Trafficking etc) can be defined as the interruption of a human society and culture. It is also my view that artist-activist’s audience/participants commune with one another through their experiential bodies, and the boundaries between audience and performers are therefore symbiotic (both feed off the energy of the other), whilst engaging with individual and collective identities as reflectors or expressions of a shared culture with its related social and political concerns.
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