June 22: FRAMER FRAMED hosts a special BE.BOP event curated by Alena Lockward, with the participation of Walter Mignolo, Quinsy Gario, Patricia Kaersenhout, Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio (DAI, 2009) and others
The Decolonial Summer School Middelburg, the only program in Europe dedicated exclusively to discuss the legacies of the Transatlantic Enslavement Trade from a transdisciplinary perspective, is once again bringing scholars and artists as faculty and among them are many contributors of BE.BOP.
Taking advantage of this, FRAMER FRAMED is hosting a special five hour event with BE.BOP allies in the new location at Tolhuistuin, in Amsterdam. There will be a screening of selected works, a roundtable with individual resonances on the healing and liberation experiences of BE.BOP 2014. SPIRITUAL REVOLUTIONS AND "THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA" (Ballhaus Naunynstrasse, Berlin + Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen), after an introduction by BE.BOP curator, Alanna Lockward.
The performance of Patricia Kaersehout Stitches of Power / Stitches of Sorrow will end this unique celebration of Afropean decoloniality.
Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio,
The event takes place in English.
Independent feminist bookshop Savannah Bay will also be present during this event. They will sell amazing books on topics like colonial history, racism and feminism. So make sure to check out their pop-up bookshop!
22 juni 2014
12:00 - 17:00
Tuinzaal in de Tolhuistuin
1031 CC Amsterdam-Noord