dZikudZikui-aBiku-aBiikus III

The first edition of “dZikudZikui-aBiku-aBiikus” was one the [Good Friday] interventions and performances that happen every year. It calls for people of all [forms] and [powers] to reflect on their contribution, action and inaction in/to human violence, discrimination, hate, prejudice, our vulnerabilities and mortality. 

It also sparks the crucifix as a starting point to question the failure and irresponsibility of the Church/Christianity (not excluding other religious violence and discrimination) in and outside Africa and its contradictory participation in such inhuman acts and human right violations.

The title being borrowed from the Ewe and Yoruba beliefs, suggests a metaphorical relationship between the 'Homo sacer', [the vulnerable individuals who seem to be owned by death as the 'abiku' (Yoruba) or the 'dzikudzikui' (Ewe) never survive,] and the neo-supremacists or purists of our multi-generational society.