Nelisiwe Xaba’s Fremde Tänze opens up questions of contemporary implications of dance history. Situated within the cultural politics of dance in Germany, especially funding programs such as Tanzfonds Erbe (dance funds heritage), Xaba’s work and the curatorial frame of the Julius-Hans-Spiegel-Zentrum project contest the notion of “cultural heritage” from a postcolonial perspective.

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