When We Are/ When We Are Not

"If you want [people] on your side, your protest must be a...display of respectability. Failing to adhere to these rules of can get you killed, but at least [people] will remember you fondly in death". The collective explores public black silence and stillness. Even when still, are our bodies always, ever in dissent?
Presented at the 2016 Joburt Art Fair as part of the East Africa Focus