Every person speaks at least one language, but nearly everyone speaks more than one. There are languages that we learn from our parents, languages that oppressors impose upon us, languages that are used to express intimacy and those that signify distance.
A large proportion of the global population uses multiple languages daily. In Morocco they don’t just speak “Moroccan” but Arabic (Darija), Tamazight and French amongst others. In Morocco, being and growing up multilingual is as common as the sun rising in the morning.
In Tongues, poets, spoken word artists and musicians play with language and invite you to experience their multilingual universe.
With Samira’s Blues, Nita Kersten, Tsead Bruinja and Moha Souag amongst others.