Thursday 28th September 2023
Free, booking required. Please arrive 5 minutes before the event start.
This short session, entitled ‘On Our Table: Anticolonial Ways of Seeing ’aims to showcase materials from Stuart Hall Library and iniva’s archive that demonstrate anticolonialism – as a tradition of thought and action – can be applied to artistic, teaching and organising work today.
This talk will serve to compliment our upcoming exhibition Shifting the Centre: Anticolonial Ways of Seeing, which opens on the 27th September.
Come and share with us on our table and gain a glimpse of the iniva’s Stuart Hall Library and archive collections. Archivist and Engagement Producer Kaitlene Koranteng will guide you through the rich contexts and social depths contained within our collections.
Our talk will explore thinkers such as CLR James and Angela Davis whose writings focus on decoloniality as well artists represented in archive whose visual work that touches on similar topics. Join us and help us understand what it means to find your home, create and craft one in hostile land and go back to fetch what is at risk of being left behind.
It is free to attend this event and everyone is welcome. If you have accessibility requirements or questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kaitlene Koranteng is Archivist and Engagement Producer at iniva. Her work involves increasing accessibility to archive materials and the development of strategies to increase engagement within iniva’s archive.