ODIDI: NUBIA YASIN, JAS MARIE AND OSARUGUE OTEBELE
Crosstown Arts 430 / 430 N. Cleveland St. August 2, 2018 - August 2, 2018
Nubia Yasin, Jas Marie, Osarugue Otebele
"As the story goes, Woman are ribs. Parts of a whole. A sacrifice on part of man, who had to give some slice of body for a woman to be born. Odidi, meaning whole, challenges that idea.
Odidi is a performance and exhibition by Nubia Yasin, Jas Marie, and Osarugue Otebele. Through a series of poems, these three women invite you into a different kind of Eden. One where Eve's parts are hers and hers alone. One where she eats because the Lord would have it so. One where there are no snakes, only vines, from which, the fruit grows ripe with waiting."
430 N. Cleveland Ave. (Crosstown Arts 430 Space)