Tales of Resilience was developed in close collaboration with Kunzwana #1. A musical, trans-cultural collaboration of both musical storytelling and freely improvised music.
We did it on our second day in Zimbabwe – we just had to do it again on our second last day. Being good, proper tourists. And it was worthwhile. Seeing all these animals (most of us haven’t seen them before) in extensive national parks was just such an great experience! And – we had the chance to escape “city life” for a little while.
We can’t help ourselves, even if this is a “working-type” blog – we share a few of these impressive creatures with you!
It’s set up. Waiting to be used through the audience tomorrow. Friday 02nd of May there will be a official opening – 3PM
It could have been very easy: opening the transport box, get the radio-interface out of it, place it on a table, plug it in, start it up, transfer the audio- & video material collected and processed in recent days and walk out of the National Gallery and enjoy coffee and the city-life of Harare.
we landed. in town. busy roads, ambulance sirens, crowds of people, robots (as the traffic lights are called here) fences, gates & security personal.
It was supposed to be a short break to stretch our legs and get one of these lovely watermelons on our way from Bulawayo to Harare. As experienced many time since being here, people just start interacting, asking questions, being friendly in general.