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Friday, 22 August 2014
Join us this Friday for a special day
Baldwin's Nigger R E L O A D E D
collective sorryyoufeeluncomfortable + artist Barby Asante + Q&A with Film Director Horace Ové
22 August Live Art: 3 - 11 pm Film Screening and Q&A: 6 - 8pm All events are free
Iniva, Rivington Place Shoreditch, London EC2A 3BA
Baldwin's Nigger Reloaded - a one day showcase of 15 emerging thinkers’ 21st Century re-enactment and response to Horace Ové’s filmBaldwin’s Nigger.
# Education Space - Conversations and Exhibition:
3:30-4 On the Alternative Cultural Archive with Etienne Joseph
4-4:30 Can we unlearn our culture with Arooj Khan
4:30-5 Baldwin's influence with Daniella Rose King
5-5:45 Decolonizing Education with Anni Movsisyan
Education Space exhibition: Research material and archival material from the George Padmore Institute.
# Project Space 2- Film screenings and public discussion
4-6:00 Film screenings: Born Underwater by Dayo Adesina, Palimpsest by Ewuraba Hama-Lansiquot, Does your blood not move? by Laurel Hadleigh & Yusuf Musse, and Timely Expressions by Barby Asante & Tony Nwachukwu.
6:30-7 Baldwin's Nigger film screening (Now sold out, free booking waiting list here)
7:15-8 Q&A with director Horace Ove, open conversation with Prof. Paul Warmington and Barby Asante
# Project Space 1 - Performances and Exhibition
8-9:15 Dean Atta, Jacob Joyce, Yolanda Perez, Shareefa Energy, Amaal Said, Becky Harding
9:15-11 DJ sets by Ewuraba Hama-Lansiquot & Deborah Findlater
Project Space 1 exhibition: Artworks by Mahamed Abdullahi, Dayo Adesina, Felix Choong, Eva Cookney, Deborah Findlater, Jacob Joyce, Alicia Melanie, Anni Movsisyan, Zarina Muhammad, Rosa Nussbaum, and Georgia Spickett-Jones.
Expect a lively day of fresh engaging, critical thinking as the ‘sorryyoufeeluncomfortable' collective takeover Iniva's home at Rivington Place for the day.