“Dance, when you’re broken open. Dance, if you’ve torn the
bandage off. Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your
blood. Dance when you’re perfectly free.”
جلال الدين محمد رومي
‘Bodies on the Move’ is a social dance project and a platform for shared knowledge and
exchange initiated by the three dancers and activists Mohammed Nour Horia, Xiri Tara Noir & Phyllis Olwande. Three bodies that in each their ways and surroundings are constantly on the move.
‘Bodies on the Move’ overall mission is through dance and movement to offer support, and positive attention to the people who have fled zones of conflict, and are now living their lives in an unbearable reality of uncertainty in the refugee camps in Greece.
With the awareness of the individual, we share and exchange experiences together. We use dance as a tools to give power on ourselves. It help us rise, and show that we are the same, that we have the same strength, and that we need to stand by each others sides as companions.
Read more about the project and the ongoing activities on http://www.facebook.com/bodiesonthemovechios