Art Labour Archives in this cooperation with Allianz Kulturstiftung and Ballhaus has created a precedent in the discussion of Black European Citizenship that reflects its long-term commitment with a politically engaged theoretical and curatorial production.
As a result, Ballhaus Naunynstrasse has decided to widen the scope of its partnership becoming the official venue for the next edition in 2013 and beyond, and this time with live performances and an even more ambitious program.
https://blackeuropebodypolitics.wordpress.com/ Apr 24, 2012 Afric Avenir in Windhoek organized this screening at the National Art Gallery of Namibia.
Hans Christian Mahnke played a key role in making this presentation a big success.
Afric Avenir global media partnership was extraordinary, it produced a dozen newsletters and the historical screening of Toxi (1952) by Robert A.
Stemmle at the Hackesche Höfe during the Berlin event. id=32&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=131765&c Hash=954ac8d23647ac254c2afc7d1073219f Apr 22, 2012 A really special venue in Johannesburg called The Bioscope, run by Darryl Els, who did a wonderful job, hosted this screening.
Emeka Udemba and Simmi Dullay, partcipating artists, were present.
BOP was screened, discussed and/or presented in three different continents thanks to the support and faith of our partners, participants and friends. Jun 17, 2012 As a continuation of the sequence of events organized in the context of the exhibition Who Sci-Fi More Than Us?
Jul 14, 2012 Pedro Lasch, member of the Decolonial Aesthetics group, has organized “5 Decolonial Days in Kassel”, together with AND-AND-AND, an artists´run platform of Documenta 13. curated by Nancy Hoffmann, Framer Framed in cooperation with Non Employees and Kunsthal KAd E organized my keynote presentation followed by a round table discussion on curatorial and artistic practices dealing with notions of European Blackness, decolonial aesthetics and diaspora.The host was Quinsy Gario and the participants: Nancy Hoffmann, Charl Landvreugd, Sharelly Emanuelson and Teresa María Diáz Nerio (live performance). May 25, 2012 This screening and introduction of a Diasporic visibility within the broader spectrum of Decolonial Aesthetics took place at the Centre for Postcolonial Studies directed by Sanjay Seth. 15, 2012 As part of the official program of the Havana Biennial, Yolanda Wood systematically hosts a meeting of Caribbean artists, curators and scholars to share their experiences with her students at the University of Havana.She directs the Centre of Caribbean Studies at Casa Las Américas.Also, in the framework of the theoretical event of the Havana Biennial, I talked about BE.BOP in the collective presentation of Decolonial Aesthetics with Dalida María Benfield, Raúl Moarquech Ferrera Balanquet, Pedro Pablo Gómez, Pedro Lasch and Miguel Rojas Sotelo.