Aminah Ibrahim is an interdisciplinary artist of Kuwaiti, Black American, and Indonesian heritage, raised in Kuwait and now living in NYC. Through anthropological and movement research, they connect performance, video, and sound to build modern mythologies. Using meditative modes of improvisation and repetition, they explore the geographies of identity, body politics, mysticism and ritual transformation to find freedom in the space between binary.
Past Classes & Events
Movement Research at the Judson Church
|February 10, 2020||