This week, Virgin Islanders and Stateside Angela's Pulse collaborators are gathering daily for virtual creative process, research and development of A'we deh ya ("All of us are here"), a multi-disciplinary call-and-response between colony and mainland. This iteration of Building A Better Fishtrap focuses on Paloma's homeland St. Croix.
Building A Better Fishtrap
BUILDING A BETTER FISHTRAP is an iterative performance project rooted in the vanishing fishing tradition of choreographer Paloma McGregor’s 90-year-old father. The project examines what happens when you leave your ancestral home: What do you take with you? Leave behind? Return to reclaim?