This conversation dwells into the last decade of Dorine Mokha’s artistic production, in which he has developed an intensely personal practice connected with questions of identity and memory. Through his autobiographical dance works, Mokha discloses the challenges and realities of social life in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The four chapters presented on st_age are exercises in the healing power of dance, music, and storytelling in which the artist responds to the emergency of being a responsible citizen. Through being a voice for himself and others, he becomes an artisan that weaves together materials and references that trigger change and transformation. Access the audio file HERE.