by Harold Offeh.
"Located in a club-like setting, scheduled sessions will evoke narratives of the Twilight Zone (a famous Toronto nightclub) through captivating interviews, old-school playlists, back-in-the-day dance moves, vintage fashion, midnight singing and dawn storytelling. Open and accessible to all, this 12-hour participatory investigation will hover in the uncertain space between the imagined and the real. By adopting a playful persona who will act as our “interactive host” for this evening of time travel, Offeh himself will be central in positioning the complex relationships of place, race, community and memory which are at the core of this artwork."
This was the Toronto Kiki Ballroom Alliance performance.
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