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Windows of Displacement

Windows of Displacement, Poplar Union, East London, theatre, dance, spoken word, art, culture Windows of Displacement, Poplar Union, East London, theatre, dance, spoken word, art, culture Windows of Displacement, Poplar Union, East London, theatre, dance, spoken word, art, culture
Windows of Displacement, Poplar Union, East London, theatre, dance, spoken word, art, culture Windows of Displacement, Poplar Union, East London, theatre, dance, spoken word, art, culture Windows of Displacement, Poplar Union, East London, theatre, dance, spoken word, art, culture

Windows of Displacement is a dance theatre show choreographed and performed by Akeim Toussaint Buck, encompassing dance, song and spoken word, exploring diverse identities in today’s England.

Born in Jamaica and now residing in the UK, Akeim Toussaint Buck uses his personal experiences to explore both historical and current political and socio-economic references. Drawing on the contexts of imperialism, colonialism and displacement to create a captivating story of the past, present and future of humanity, Windows of Displacement takes its audience on a journey; galvanising people power and reclaiming our collective responsibility.

About Akeim Toussaint Buck

Akeim is a multifaceted performing artist, born in Jamaica and raised in England. He seeks to create moving, thought provoking, accessible, organised and free spirited projects. Since graduating from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance with a first-class honours Bachelor degree in Performing Arts, Akeim has been involved in multiple cross disciplinary programmes with a wide range of artists and communities from around the world. His focus as a maker and collaborator is to combine expressive skills such as dance, writing, film, poetry, beat-box, singing and acting to create performances that tell stories to bring together diverse audiences.