Haitian-American Contemporary Folk Artist
"Irmina is an original multidisciplinary artist, wisdom keeper, and syncretic healer expanding the boundaries of her inherited traditions. As a mystic who dances, chants, and shares poetry and visual arts, she seeks to blur the lines between sacred embodiment and daily life as she articulates the full spectrum of gifts embedded in her DNA. Her work is interactive, transformative, and lively. She invites audiences to explore and embrace their uniqueness through engaging dialogue, sounds of grief, and joys of play."
An educational presentation journey through decolonization of my Vodou (Spirits)
Chanting, dancing interactive performance. This short piece encourages audiences to learn basic
Vilokan is a tapas of song, dance, educational storytelling. This presentation is interactive and requires audience participation. Audience learn basic Rara moves.
Maskawon is a display of the famous Yanvalou Maskawon along with chanting and short stories about resilience and renewal. The artist uses examples from her personal life to share on the beauty of overcoming struggle in the new world.
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