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More than 10 years ago, Anyango Yarbo-Davenport and I did some serious work together, you can see some it here:
We reconnected lately and decided to renew our collaboration.
"Louisiana Blues" is the first movie to come out of that renaissance.
The music is "Louisiana Blues Strut for Violin Solo (2001)" composed by Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson (1932 - 2004) and was recorded during one of Anyango's concerts (here’s the original video:
Once again, the aim is to find a space between the music and the images, not to have both do the same thing at the same time, at least not all of the time, but to make visible “something" that will give the viewers enough space to enter and “imagine”.

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