The Pandemic Project :: Khaya Ndlovu

Being in a confined space when you are used to being out and free, you eventually start living in your thoughts. This made me write a poem which is illustrated my feelings while creating this work. What I created was a visual journal rather than a dancer dancing to music but, rather leaving thoughts that are connected through movement.

Personally, I was affected positively and negatively because I always wanted to go digital But finding a to retain that face to face impact that artist need within their workspace has been hard to balance. Yes, financially it hits deeper. If you are not connected with WIFI then it will take a toll on your pocket.

It saddens me to see that theatre spaces have been affected badly by COVID-19. However, this is the perfect time for the arts to evolve”, says Ndlovu.