Litany is a five-part dance film manifested and performed by Rebuild Foundation Chicago Dancemakers Forum resident artist Po’Chop aka Jenn Freeman. Created in collaboration with Jordan Phelps of VAM Studio, Litany uses brown paper and imagination to create new worlds full of rumbling anger and playful humor. Litany is a voyage through a wooden dollhouse. A prayer whispered in grass-lined lots. A leap into the historical pages of Ebony Magazine. A collage. Litany is an exorcism expelling antiquated notions of Blackness, queer identity, spirituality, grace, rage, and healing.
Pt V| Dynamite
Pt IV| EBONY
released 12.12.20 via About Face's, KICKBACK
Pt III | COLLAGE
released 10.28. 2020
learn about LITANY on The Brown Pages. The latest edition features an interactive collage dedicated to the inside scoop on LITANY | PT. III | COLLAGE
Pt II | issue (of blood)
released 9.25. 2020
(VIA EXPO CHICAGO)
learn about the making of LITANY on Freeman's blogzine, The Brown Pages. The latest edition features an interactive map dedicated Notes on Issue (of blood)
Pt I | Torchy's Togs
learn about the making of LITANY on Freeman's blogzine, The Brown Pages. Click for an interactive timeline dedicated to the life and work of Jackie Ormes. The muse behind LITANY pt. I.