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In his essay, “Imaginary Homelands,” Salman Rushdie describes our remembrances of past homelands as like a broken mirror with some of the fragments lost forever. That act of revisiting the past, he writes, is more a study in memory and forgetting than an accurate recreation of what was.
Visited by ancestors from their Asian heritage,
Yukie Shiroma, Norman Kaneshiro, and Kenny Endo, navigate their way through a distant and imagined past with new dance and music creations.
February 26-27, 2022
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