Africa Day becomes a contact performances with a view to provoke exchange and collaboration through the aesthetic poetry of turbans. The action intends to make people exchange smiles with a turban and a Polaroid photo. The performance evokes the memory and ancestry of turbans, as an homage that brings its historical and cultural value to the fore, and contextualises it in contemporaneity to carry out a new approach of this ornament, which is configured as a major icon of exaltation and resistance of black beauty, promoting its popularisation in order to empower urban quilombos as yet another element of its culture.   


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