A screening, listening and study session with Stefano Harney, Dhanveer Singh Brar and Louis Moreno
A screening, listening and study session with Stefano Harney, Dhanveer Singh Brar and Louis Moreno.
— Upon Westminster Bridge (Anthony Wall, 1982)
— Radiant Futures (Laura Grace Ford, 2017)
As Laura Grace Ford is unfortunately unable to join us on Thursday we are delighted to welcome Stefano Harney, co-author (with Fred Moten) of The Undercommons : Fugitive Planning and Black Study (2013). So in a change to the advertised programme we will listen to Laura’s Radiant Future and watch a documentary that inspired Stefano and Fred’s 2015 essay Mikey the Rebelator.
After which Stefano will be in conversation with Dhanveer and Louis about the hapticality of the undercommons and the spectrality of acid communism.
Upon Westminster Bridge (Anthony Wall, 1982)
Made in 1982, Arena director Upon Westminster Bridge focuses on the late Jamaican poet Michael Smith’s first visit to the UK. Smith performs his own work in Brixton market and on Westminster Bridge, as well as exploring what makes a poet ‘revolutionary’ with renowned historian C L R James and LKJ.
Radiant Futures (Laura Grace Ford 2017)
Radiant Futures is an audio work by Laura Grace Ford and Jack Latham (Jam City) and takes us on a journey through the Gorbals area of the city of Glasgow.
Stefano Harney teaches at Singapore Management University. He is co-founder of Ground Provisions, a curatorial collective, with Tonika Sealy Thompson, and founder of the School for Study, a nomadic study collective. He is author with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study, published by Autonomedia/Minor Compositions.
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|25 Oct 2018||5:00pm - 7:00pm|
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