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Welcome to the SeedPool Gallery where Arrivals Legacy Project Alumni seed new ideas, works and collaborations

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Disciplines
Disciplines
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This video is of a collaboration between Rosemary Georgeson, Jonathan Langdon and Julie Tamiko Manning that took place in September 2023, at The Final Steps, a monument on a pier in Kjipuktuk/Halifax, where each have ancestors that crossed this threshold between land and water.
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Travelling between two worlds. The Sea, it’s history and my ability to stay the course.
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A short video reflection on the shoreline in Nova Scotia.
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This is a collaboration with Peter Olalekan Adekokan’s seed Tribute–a drum cycle played for the passing of my mum. Dancing Light video image was captured on the shores of Caribbean sea in Hopkins, Belize during the first part of my Garifuna Sojourn. The drum piece was recorded in Ibadan, Nigeria.
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Tribute for Mama Irva Roberts…
Reflections
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This video includes a call and response chant I used within my time at Arrivals Legacy when it came to calling and honoring my Ancestor’s energy. My way of connecting to her, with her. Her being my great grandmother on my father’s side, Clarita Joyce D’Herieux. A seed in germination.
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Seimei no Ongaeshi is the visual seed of a myth that’s yet been told. An image that surfaced in communion with my great grandmother, Tanaka Sue. This video is a visual representation of where our paths last crossed; the night she passed was the day I survived.
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Drawing inspiration from the reflections in my notes following a guided authentic movement session.
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A moment by the water in Belize
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In the video, there is a pawpaw tree and dry woods; the young pawpaw is dancing & jubilating sensing the rain as life, the same rain that falls on the lifeless wood made it decaying from time time… What goes well with someone might turn to be deadly or fatal for another person. “LESSONS OF LIFE”
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