Dancing Against Patriarchy: Esraa Warda on Chikhates, Hchouma and “North Africa”— Part I
A conversation with Esraa Warda, a performance and teaching artist that preserves and transmits traditional Moroccan and Algerian dance forms through movement workshops and interactive performances. On her upbringing, the asymmetrical boundaries of modesty, the male gaze and the hchouma culture.
May 10, 2021 · 18 mins
Cooking as Praxis
It is true that for many (especially women), cooking is a slog; a chore; a relentless rhythm of unrecognised servitude. Often an act of love but also an undeniable reminder of the domesticated femininity women are benchmarked against.
Sep 23, 2020 · 9 mins