AYNA means ‘mirror’ in Bengali, and this fun social experiment is an experience intended for reflection of our place in the world and where we fit in.
We want to invite you to come and sit in front of our mirror, and reflect, challenge stereotypes and expand your mind.
This is a social interactive performance that we’d love you to be part of, and hope you will leave questioning everything.
Ayeesha Ash is a proud Grenadian Māori Woman of Colour who creates art to spark social change. Her work is inspired by her experience as a mixed race, Third Culture Kid. As the Artistic Director of Black Birds, she has performed in, written, directed & produced shows, events & workshops in Australia & Aotearoa.
Muna Hamid is a visual artist and designer who often moonlights as a DJ. She uses colour and vibrancy to explore the depths of culture and identity in her art.
At YOKE we embrace this exciting and challenging era by digging deep into the world of creativity, where we believe our collective spirit can genuinely create real, positive change.
For more information on this full line-up of talks and workshops as part of YOKE POP-UP during this years Sydney Fringe www.yokemagazine.com/fringeunyoked