Previously at the ICA
Designed exclusively for Black professionals from the cultural and educational fields, this day-long transdisciplinary workshop explores possibilities of empowerment, community building and resource sharing.
Performance artist NIC Kaye debuts their new performance work exploring the possibilities of choreography as resistance.
This newly restored shadowy noir mingles the story of two gangsters, a murder and a jewellery heist gone wrong into a heady, gleefully convoluted whole.
The true story of Touko Laaksonen, a decorated Finnish WWII officer, who returns from war only to fight homophobia with his own brand of iconic gay artwork.
A screening of this critical documentary by Dr Frank B. Wilderson III that captures the terror of unnamable loss shouldered by 21st century descendants of slaves.
This portrayal of migrants fleeing from Albania to Italy shows the migrants’ hopes and dreams, effects of dictatorship and influences of other countries on Albanian culture and politics.
A talk on some of the key themes of Wilderson's seminal work on race, social movements and artistic production, encompassesing notions of Afro-pessimism, structural antagonism and black social death.
Performances by Howlround, Calum Gunn and Ewa Justka with interludes from Chloe Alice Frieda and CXLO.
Participants will learn how to make and manipulate tape loops, learning unique approaches to recording, cutting and playing with tape.
Make your own Voice Odder, a unique electronic instrument developed and used by Justka, and perform in a Voice Odder band.