Previously at the ICA - Seasons
18 Jul 2018 – 22 Jul 2018
Interactive installation exploring black women's pleasure within black feminist theory and visual culture.
Political documentary featuring French women of African descent speaking about womanhood, discrimination and what it means to belong.
Akwugo Emejulu draws from Black radical theory and presents a talk on the impossibility of claiming ‘womanhood’ and its implications.
Artist and performer Selina Thompson presents a reading of salt. accompanied by a live drawing by Cressida Djambov.
Club night celebrating women, QTIPOC, nonbinary people and femmes of all genders.
Yomi Adegoke leads a panel discussion on Black women collectives and organising with activists from Glasgow, Paris and London.
Shatema Threadcraft responds to ‘fugitive feminism’ and draws from her work in African American political thought.
Roundtable discussion on contemporary Black feminist politics, Saidiya Hartman’s work and the concept of fugitivity in Black feminism.
Workshop and social space aimed at Black and mixed race women exploring sexual and non-sexual pleasure, creativity and community.
Short films exploring the subversive, sensual and sublime possibilities for Black womanhood, curated by Victoria Nambi.