29 November, 3.00-4.15pm (London time)
What we may utter forth
splutters of rage
into the future,
in making the future,
making the future here.
How may we imagine and call forth a future where humanity may heal and thrive in age of political and social unrest, polarised public rhetoric, economic stress, historical and ongoing injustices, planetary degradation, and widespread rage, despair and grief?
Closing out the Till We Meet Again IRL programme, this panel brings together artists Larry Achiampong and Jesse Jones, and curator Adriel Luis, contributors to the 2017 Curating Radical Futures panel inspired by “radical hope”, that was presented at Tate Modern as part of the Outset and Arts Council England commission. Here they reconvene and will be joined by farid rakun, curator and educator. Together they imagine strategies of self-care, spiritual healing and radical intersectional solidarities, that think through and beyond the pandemic experience, issues of postcolonial and neo-imperial legacies of oppression, blackness, Asians, equality, sustainability, systemic change and practices of inter-community collaboration. Moderated by Annie Jael Kwan