The drift of Casablanca: the Moroccan artist Fátima Mazmouz questions the memory of her country in “Resistance”

The drift of Casablanca: the Moroccan artist Fátima Mazmouz questions the memory of her country in "Resistance"

The drift of Casablanca: the Moroccan artist Fátima Mazmouz questions the memory of her country in “Resistance”

Poster for the “Casablanca Drift” festival. © if-maroc.org

Casablanca, Morocco, hosts for the first time Les arts de la scène en Méditerranée, which is traditionally held in Montpellier in the south of France. Meryem Jazouli, a Moroccan choreographer, is the initiator of this event. The idea is that a southern country will also host this event. “Casablanca Drift”, are shows, film projections and meetings of artists from Tunisia, Algeria, France, Spain, Lebanon and Morocco, of course, such as Fátima Mazmouz, an artist who questions the memory of her country.

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