Cult’ Sup’ 6th Edition · Pt. 4
The Myth of a Trinity, is a genèse of humanity and its relationship to divine using hybrid techniques from the Hip Hop culture (popping, locking, house dance, freestyle hip hop, bboying, toprock), contemporary dance and floorwork techniques, Capoeira and Gwo Ka.
is a painter and performer born in Guadeloupe based in Berlin. The Myth of a Trinity is an invitation to a moment of intimacy around the relationship between Painting, Music, and Dance that Thomias Radin has been developing since 2015. It finds its foundations in the Gwo Ka – the traditional dance and music of Guadeloupe.
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is an exploration of African culture, afro descendants, afro futurism culture and of course the world: “The concept is to share afro rooted art, music, painting, photography, dance, poetry, any kind of exhibition, storytelling, fashion, knowledge and every kind of artistic performance. We aim to connect different communities together and always remind that we are one and all coming from the same place. Get together through the medium of art and knowledge.”
This is the 6th Edition of Cult’ Sup’ and and the first ever to be published online (due to covid-19). The session will be divided into 4 videos with a lot of amazing acts. Every week, 1 of the 4 parts of the will be introduced. This week we present part one: ‘Roots Connection’ with Dumama & Kechou.