Previously at the ICA
A talk looking at instances where play and cunning are both put into practice as means to dupe a state apparatus and its systematic application of violence.
An evening for young creatives aged 18-24 and cultural organisations to connect, debate and revolutionise the way they work together.
Adania Shibli leads a participatory discussion about writing practice.
A group choreography by Jamila Johnson-Small.
An off-site exhibition featuring the work of young artists from the Social Creative Network, co-curated by a panel of emerging and guest curators from across London.
A talk considering the renewed calls for a militant defence of Black joy and pleasure in the face of systemic anti-Black violence and a revivified white nationalism.
A selection music videos from iconic Middle-Eastern musicians of the 1950s, 60s and 70s alongside video works by contemporary artists that reflect the complexities of this often oversimplified ‘East-West’ configuration.
Music and performances following I Heard Your Laughing: Screening and Panel Discussion.
A talk focusing on new rituals of grief and memorialization rooted in the digital realm and their interconnexion with the physical world, both pre- and post-internet.
This month the reading group convenes to discuss María Puig de la Bellacasa’s proposition of alterbiopolitics as an ethics of collective empowerment.