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Reformed Ghetto Children

Performed at the  State-less mind  Performance Art Festival organised by Jambatan, Copenhagen, June 2019.

Performed at the State-less mind Performance Art Festival organised by Jambatan, Copenhagen, June 2019.

Reformed Ghetto Children is a public and outdoor live performance.
It challenges the political short thinking / short comings and put them into practice and reality.
The performance tells the stories of immigrant children who are forced to integrate new sociological and religious concepts, with the deletion of their roots and cultures as a starting point.
Reformed Ghetto Children shows the consequences of denying someone’s identity. It aims at sharing what could be the destiny of former immigrants when they become a political product. With Reformed Ghetto Children, Souklaye tries to demonstrate what could be the final thoughts and acts of our passivity when states behave like predators.