A Syncretism in Kayryouacou

In this Carib Futuristic performance art presentation, the spirit of Carriacou’s Shakespeare Mas is transmuted into a digital vocal chorale. Two participants evaluate their place in the world from their small island “wings” of Grenada.

A Syncretism in Kayryouacou (2022)

Short (7mins) Art / Experimental






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Ian Friday | Samuel Ogilvie

Ian Friday

Ian Friday is an audio/visual curator and performance artist who explores and exhibits cultural traditions and histories of people from the African diaspora. Founder of Global Soul Music, Ian produces music that archive and uncover ongoing black musical cultures connecting house, soul, afro beat, jazz and world music. As Associate Director and Performance Curator of The Colored Girls Museum, Ian assists in developing programming and creates marketing for the museum’s social media platforms. The histories of people from African descent have been passed down through the ages primarily through oral tradition. Music and art serve as conduits to deepening our understanding of those narratives.

Samuel Ogilvie

Samuel Ogilvie’s multi-faceted creative journey began in Jamaica, where he spent the first 6 years of his life… beginning with acting, he participated in a family-led theatrical performance for his neighborhood when he was 5 years old. In later years he would continue along the path of the arts through high school, TA Marryshow Community College and Florida International University, culminating in his decision to jump into a professional video and film production career since 2012.

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