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Koloto Siraji is a Ugandan contemporary artist and dance researcher. His technique enhances the bugisu philosophy of dance and art. Embracing and celebrating the imbalu ritual dance into the lens of modernity. Koloto wants to revisit the old wisdom of dance and art. His creation lab finds space for imbalu and street dances to merge with fragments of a contemporary wave.

Koloto embraces modernity and still celebrates his ancestry. The imbalu tribal dance philosophy is a big element of his conscious artistry. He works between the error of post-colonialism and decolonization. Researching the body as a medium to give new narratives. He is curious about how he can use the body in space to transfer information and dance the agony of humanity.

He runs an informal and research full artistic career. He attended his O’level education at St.peters High school in jinja. Later his A’level at St.james high school. Koloto has worked with numerous arts organisations University of Leeds, Dance mission international, Ensibuko Arts Foundation, Dance Revolution East Africa, KKoolo projects, Uganda Prison serves,etc

On another lens, he has a firm belief that dance and other forms of artistic expression can be utilized to communicate with, empower, rehabilitate, and heal communities and individuals.In this, he has applied Many of his skills and services to promote and develop the a non profit organisation he founded in 2010. Ensibuko Arts Foundation `{`EAF`}`, a nonprofit cultural institution working to develop youths through creative arts especially dance.

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