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Living Kolo Dance, South Slavic round dance and circle

Picture taken by artist and activist Joanne Kim in the summer of 2007, near Novi Travnik, Bosnia. The conflagration of iconic movements in the kolo is, also, organized into preservation of body movements. The kolo, an ethnochoreological lived circle or round dance has been practiced continually throughout the ages and is symbolized in its visual and body movement presentations.

Categorized in these topics: Baba Yaga Bosnia Engendered Practices Female Social Justice Feminine Matrix and Female Culture Kolo Trauma Format Social Memory Women's Trauma Issues


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