Jesus Thesis and other Critical Fabulations
By: Kopano Maroga
A multi-disciplinary, multi-site performance work in two “chapters”.
Inspired by the thinking of Nigerian feminist scholar Oyèrónkẹ́ Oyěwùmí who posits that “the entire western episteme bases its categories and hierarchies on visual modes and binary distinctions: male and female, white and black, homosexual and heterosexual etc,” Jesus Thesis utilises the tools of disidentification and biomythography to propose a palimpsest of identity that complicates the primacy of sight as the definitive means of meaning/people making.
|Thu 21st Nov||9pm||90 minutes||St George's Cathedral|
|Fri 22nd Nov||9pm||90 minutes||St George's Cathedral|