Artist Sasha Huber curated the programme in the spirit of the concept “anti-racist creativity” launched by British sociologist Paul Gilroy. A lecture performance by the group Slavs and Tatars and the films by Natasha A. Kelly, Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski and Huber herself demonstrate how artworks challenge and re-evaluate history, memory and archives.
Natasha A. Kelly: Millis Awakening
Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński: Unearthing. In Conversation
Sasha Huber: Rentyhorn
In the foyer:
Yeboyah’s music videos
Lecture performance after the screening
Slavs & Tatars