Diego Castillo (República Dominicana) and Andley Tyson (Jamaica) escogieron como inspiración para su trabajo The Amthen (El Himno) un poema de la autora Afro-Americana Sonia Sanchez
Our vision is our voice
we cut through the country
where madmen goosestep in tune to Guernica.
we are people made of fire
we walk with ceremonial breaths
we have condemned talking mouths.
we run without legs
we see without eyes
loud laughter breaks over our heads.
give me courage so I can spread
it over my face and mouth.
we are secret rivers
with shaking hips and crests
come awake in our thunder
so that our eyes can see behind trees.
for the world is split wide open
and you hide your hands behind your backs
for the world is broken into little pieces
and you beg with tin cups for life.
are we not more than hunger and music?
are we not more than harlequins and horns?
are we not more than color and drums?
are we not more than anger and dance?
give me courage so I can spread it
over my face and mouth.
we are the shakers
walking from top to bottom in a day
we are like Shango
involving ourselves in acts
that bring life to the middle
of our stomachs
we are coming towards you madmen
shredding your death talk
standing in front with mornings around our waist