Please Do Not Touch
'With Casey, we get to meet a storyteller as well as a poet, because he is honing a kind of cinematic and musical language. I'm so happy to see voices like his emerging from Birmingham' Raymond Antrobus Walk around any stately home, museum or National Trust property and you are likely to see the words please do not touch more than a few times. The irony is in most cases the sign is telling you not to touch something that was stolen from another land, something that should have never been touched in the first place. Please Do Not Touch asks important questions about these things, these places and this society - Where would these things be if they were never taken from their rightful place? How have the ill gotten gains of colonialism shaped our society today? What does it mean to appreciate and enjoy spaces that were never meant for you?
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