Through GEOGRAPHIES OF IMAGINATION we engage in confabulations to build connections between the varied and conflicting uses of imagination in constructing otherness and the role of geography as a tool of power. How is power situated at the core of processes of othering, and how are these processes connected to forms of belonging that we could also relate to notions of territoriality and possession? The other, writes Ta-Nehisi Coates, exists beyond the border of the great “belonging”, something that contributed to producing the sense of anxiety that brought white, patriarchal supremacists of the far right to politically emerge again in recent elections, in the US as much as in several European countries
Curators: Antonia Alampi, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung
Artists: Salwa Aleryani, Heba Y. Amin, American Artist, Rossella Biscotti, Chimurenga, Saddie Choua, Michele Ciacciofera, Anna Binta Diallo, Dimitri Fagbohoun, Mahir Jahmal, Jackie Karuti, Anna Lindal, Ibrahim Mahama, Tanja Muravskaja, Oscar Murillo, Daniela Ortiz and Sandra Schäfer
GEOGRAPHIES of IMAGINATION
September 9 – November 11 2018 - Thur–Sun 14:00–19:00
EXHIBIT OPENING : September 9, 2018 at 19:00
September 14, 2018 16:00–00:00 Performances, talks, readings
September 15, 2018 12:00-18:00 A Workshop “THE ABC OF RACIST EUROPE” with Daniela Ortiz, on anti-racist methods and technologies of dis-othering, in children’s perspectives and in children’s activities.
In the context of DIS-OTHERING: BEYOND AFROPOLITAN AND OTHER LABELS –– a collaboration between BOZAR–Centre for Fine Arts (Brussels), Kulturen in Bewegung (Vienna) and SAVVY Contemporary (Berlin) on the necessary deconstruction of “othering” practices in European cultural institutions.