Legacy Fatale: The Performance Collective Raising Feminist Awareness Through Art, Nature and Ties to Ancient History and Politic of Resistance

"HERd" image stills Andrew Dyck, 2017. Courtesy of Legacy Fatale.

Artist, founder and director Coco Dolle’s Legacy Fatale takes you on a spiritual journey using nature, art and performance as instruments to raise feminist consciousness.

Meet Legacy Fatale: a performance project that revisits age-old practices of feminism and mysticism through dance and movement. Bridging nature, art and feminism, the group references ancient cultures that date back to the Paleolithic ages around 500 B.C....

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