radia #607 Women Wage Peace March of Hope 2016 & DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE
radia #607 for KolHa Campus & radia #506 Dancing Fire by Anne Lepere
A Sound march
As part of the Women Wage Peace movement in Israel and Palestine, On October 19th 2016 I joined the last day of the March of Hope. We travelled from the Western Galilee to the dead sea where we met our Palestinian partners, then travelled to Jerusalem where we marched to the house of the Prime minister to conclude the march with a final assembly.
At the approach to the street of the Prime Minister’s residence a black barrier was present.
Supported by worldwide solidarity events and the participation of the Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee thousands of women marched throughout Israel between October the 4th and October the 19th. The march demanded from the leadership of the state to work with respect and courage towards a solution to the ongoing violent conflict, with the full participation of women in this process. Only an honorable political agreement will secure the future of our children and grandchildren.
Speakers/Singers in order of appearance:
Laymah Gbowee, Dvora Pearlman, Women of Shefa-‘Amr, Laila Najar Amouri,
Clemence Abud, Talia, Guy, Huda Abuarkoub, Hagit Lavi.
recorded, edited and produced by Meira Asher.
DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE
Dancing Fire by Anne Lepère (Radio Campus Bruxelles)
Some of our fears are dancing inside… Burning everything around…
This is about a journey; trying to find a way to calm down this fire, live with it, dance with it… Without any fear.
Travelling through religions, meeting people, can feed and appease the inside,
But this will be vain effort if devoided of reappropriation.
Expurgating, singing, dithering… Repossess the actions.
An appropriation of the outside to feed the inside.
To face the fears and
Réalisation & Mixage : Anne Lepère
Duration : 23’45
Special Thanks to : Carine Demange, Amélie Marneffe and Gota Slick for their support and advices.
Production November 2014 for RADIA
Carte Blanche offered by Radio Campus Bruxelles
It is also connected to this painting by Twiggy Alexis for the project Diptik (cross media project to discover soon in Brussels), with this shift from dark to light by this little blank square as the door of this sound creation : Dancing Fire
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The second piece attached in this show is this one :
Realisation & mixage : Anne Lepère
Duration : 2’54