Episode Five: Omikemi
Keywords:water, armour, hustle, care, transformation, trust, kinship, image
In this final episode of the podcast, Rajni Shah and Omikemi engage in a long, slow, wide conversation, in which they reflect on the entanglements between the felt world of lived experiences and the systems within which we live our lives. Infused by the sounds and shapes of the ocean, this episode feels intimate and visceral – and perhaps more than any of the others, like an invitation to eavesdrop on a conversation between friends.
In the accompanying offering, Omikemi invites listeners to spend time with a question that was present for them at the time of recording.
Full credits and transcript for this episode will be published when the episode is released on 27 April 2021.
Gumbs, Alexis Pauline. 2020. Dub: Finding Ceremony. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. https://doi.org/10.1215/9781478007081
Mailhot, Terese Marie. 2018. Heart Berries: A Memoir. London: Bloomsbury
Meyer, Marvin W., ed. 2009. The Nag Hammadi Scriptures: The Revised and Updated Translation of Sacred Gnostic Texts. New York: HarperOne.
Spirit stone made by Jeremy “Mudjai” Devitt. Accessed 10 February 2021. https://nationalaboriginaldesignagency.com.au/our-artists/jeremy-devitt
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