Flutronix duo pairs up with North Carolina poet laureate to explore Black feminism through performance

Black Being, an evening-length performance at the Arts Club of Chicago, touches on themes of strength, sacrifice, beauty, fear and survival.

Flutronix duo pairs up with North Carolina poet laureate to explore Black feminism through performance
Photo courtesy of Flutronix
Flutronix duo pairs up with North Carolina poet laureate to explore Black feminism through performance
Photo courtesy of Flutronix

Flutronix duo pairs up with North Carolina poet laureate to explore Black feminism through performance

Black Being, an evening-length performance at the Arts Club of Chicago, touches on themes of strength, sacrifice, beauty, fear and survival.

Thursday marks the premiere of Black Being, which delves into the complexities of Black feminism through a musical and poetic lens. Reset checks in with the artists ahead of the show to learn more about the potential of this combined medium to add to Black feminist discourse.

GUESTS: Jaki Shelton Green, North Carolina Poet Laureate

Nathalie Joachim, Grammy nominated performer, composer and co-artistic director of Flutronix

Allison Loggins-Hull, flutist, composer, co-artistic director of Flutronix