Join prominent artists and curators who are creating their work in South Africa or who actively work with African artists. As they explore their perspectives on the contemporary aesthetics in performing arts and performance art, they discuss how their practice has been influenced by their experience in Africa. Participants include Baraka Sele, Director, New Jersey Performing Arts Center World Festival; Walker Chakela, Director, Windybrow Theater, Johannesburg, South Africa; and Walker artists-in-residence Robin Rhode, South African visual artist, and Ralph Lemon, American choreographer. Moderated by Philip Bither, Walker Performing Arts Curator. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition How Latitudes Become Forms: Art in a Global Age.