BLACK FUTURITY AND RESISTANCE

31 October 2019, 6.15pm - 7.45pm

New Art Exchange

Join Kehinde Andrews, Arit Etukudo and Omara Dyer-Johnson to explore how Resistance is understood within different contexts, be that art, film or literature; fiction or real life. The speakers will consider how speculative fiction, especially Afrofuturism, as a genre has the ability to explore social and ethical issues whilst reimagining black identity projected within the surreal.

Stay for a screening of Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror following the talk.


FREE
Ages 16+

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