The performance explores, through dance and movement, how in the present modern world, the colour of our skin can affect our relationship to each other and to the environment that surrounds us.

Elements of contemporary, Indian Classical, and physical theatre are used to analyse the ways in which discrimination becomes embodied during a person’s life. Even if there is no immediate harm, merely the anticipation of racism, and not necessarily the act, is enough to trigger a stress response.

The work investigates the effects of the stress response system on the body, and how this could manifest into the entire physicality of the person.

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