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Bajorek, Jennifer; Williams, Frances
Languages: Arabic
Types: Other
Subjects: P300, P303, V350, W100, W601
A year-long programme of screenings, discussions and workshops centred on film and video by African artists.\ud \ud Contemporary Africa on Screen explores the global relevance of African creative expression and experience through film, video and new media. Through the images and voices of artists living and working in Africa and throughout the African diaspora, it raises the issues that matter most in Africa today.\ud \ud The programme brings new work from Africa to London, screening rough cuts and rare material. New work will also be made and shown, produced by artists working with local communities in south London, with outdoor screenings on Sceaux Gardens estate in Camberwell and debates co-facilitated by artists, academics and members of London’s diverse African communities.\ud \ud Curated by Jennifer Bajorek (Goldsmiths, University of London) and the SLG in partnership with Juma Bah (Community Action Southwark).
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