Sepake Angiama

    18/05  | 15:00 - 18:00
    19/05  | 15:00 - 18:00
    20/05  | 15:00 - 18:00
    21/05  | 15:00 - 18:00

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For writers, stage writers, directors, performers, science fiction lovers
Limited capacity, 4-day engagement
Register via www.cifas.be until April 24th
#safe space #writing #science fiction #speculative writing #letters from the future

Starting from her previous project – Letters From the Future, a space to inhabit future temporalities and look back at the present – curator and educator Sepake Angiama develops for the Free School, the School of Darkness. It offers a program and space to collectively train imagining the future, and to use this imagination as an empowering and political tool. Sepake Angiama is the initiator of Under the Mango Tree: Sites of Learning, operating through notions of unlearning, indigenous knowledge and forms of radical education practices that destabilize the European canon.

Coproduction: Kunstenfestivaldesarts, CIFAS (Centre International de Formation en Arts du Spectacle)

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Traversing across art, architecture, writing and choreography, curator and educator Sepake Angiama's research, Her Imaginary, addresses how science fiction and feminism may harness the perfect tools for capturing a pedagogy of political and social imagination. Her projects include All good things must begin: A conversation between Audre Lorde and Octavia E. Butler at SBC Gallery, Montreal where she created a space for writing, screening, reflection & conversation on the topic of intersectional feminism, modernist architecture and science fiction. While a fellow at bak, Utrecht she created, We Summon All Beings here Present, Past & Future, a public library of personal publications addressing radical black thought, modernism and feminist theory. Sepake also conducts a series of public performance and workshops, Reading Out Loud, Letter from the Future & Feminist Readings from the Mistress House. Speculative Possibilities which brings together video artists and filmakers capable of imagining and combining alternatives, to suspend the interstitial possibilities of our time.

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