BLACK IS THE SOUL THAT REMAINS. SEX. DRUGS. ALCOHOL.

As I work through an intensive period of investigation on the PhD, I need to take time to be here on the blog, as it provides an opening to think less academically, and to be more Real.

One of the greatest lessons I have learnt as a choreographer who remains devoted to the creation and execution of contemporary dance, is some people will never change!

Regularly, I am still exposed to the exploitation of the female body, used as a form of creation. Photography, Video or what is called Pornography, which exposes the depth of another human soul, in a preverse and derogatory display. This is not Art or Talent. I personally believe its common place, and low.

Black is the soul that remains. Harriet Macauley

In fact, it is a demonstration of the desperation for Acceptance, Success, Love, Attention or Understanding.

The history on photography of Women in general, dictates that there will always be desperation and exploitation from Men/Boys.

More specifically, those who were abused or affected by a nonconsensual sexual experience, who desire Attention, Success, Power and Acclaim.

Quoted from Tupac 1996 “the exploitation of a women *her body – is not the highest of Artistic Talent, It is lowest”

Harriet Macauley October 2022

Miss Harriet Macauley

Artistic Director and Choreographer InDance International.

Founder InDance International One Year Performance Program England and Europe.

Researcher International Multimedia Performance Collaboration. BTEC. BA. MFA. PGDIP. MPHIL.

IETM Artistic Advisor 2023-2026

www.harrietmacauley.com

www.indanceinternational.com

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