Celebrating African, Indian and Australian rhythms with a global collective of contemporary and traditional dance and music.
Infusion No Movement No Sound weaves together a tapestry of African cultures into a vibrant demonstration of contemporary dance and music from global artists, Jamestown Collective, now situated in Sydney.
The infectiously life-affirming performance by dance artists Lucky Lartey (Ghana), and Girls on Tap’s Sally Dashwood (Australia), accompanied by spoken work artist, Michael St George (Jamaica and Canada), and musicians Yacou Mbaye (Senegal), Maharshi Raval (India) on Tabla and Byron Mark (Australia).
Jamestown Collective reinvents global rhythms with dynamic visuals of Ghanaian villagescapes and song.
Available to rent for 30 days
Total duration: 60 mins approx
Infusion Cast Talk: Gumboot Dancing with Lucky Lartey
Lucky Lartey is a Sydney-based dancer and choreographer, originally from Ghana, West Africa. Lucky’s dance and choreographic works draw on a rich history of traditional rhythm and dance whilst engaging with contemporary movement practices. Join him here to learn a bit about South African gumboot ...