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28 March 2024
Performance Space New York Online

A Global Feminist Critique of Capital: Reflecting on Fanon, Federici, Spillers, and Spivak

Silvia Federici Hortense J. Spillers Gayatri C. Spivak Denise Ferreira da Silva Paula Chakravartty

A conversation and livestream considering a global feminist critique of capital with Silvia Federici, Hortense Spillers and Gayatri C. Spivak.

Two people sit on a sofa facing each other, they are licking cakes in an exaggerated manner. There is text on the image. It reads "If words are magic, and therefore speaking is akin to weaving spells, then what is lying?"
25 November 2023
Conway Hall

Book Launch: Truth and Lies (London)

Marin Scarlett Lib Lobberson ZuZu Gabrielli Maedb Joy Black Venus Chao-Ying Betty Rao

An evening extravaganza celebrating the London launch of Truth & Lies: an Anthology of Writing and Art by Sex Workers

Expect slutty DJs, playful performances, stripper poles, rococo cakes, union broads and intimate readings…

Peachy orange background with black text that reads Happy Birthday Marsha!
24 August 2020
Online

Happy Birthday, Marsha!

adrienne maree brown Black Obsidian Sound System Lola Olufemi Tourmaline

On the birthday of Marsha P. Johnson, this event brings together several elements that celebrate the radical care and kinship characteristic of the Trans revolutionary.

Revolution is not a one-time event
A blue and mauve background with black text that reads System Errors
17 August 2020
Online

System Errors: Abolitionist Technologies and Aesthetics

American Artist Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley Juliana Huxtable Legacy Russell

A panel exploring the radical potential of technologies through fugitivity and opacity: their ability to obscure, to make it impossible for us to be known, to render us untraceable by every arm of the state even under the all-consuming spectre of surveillance capital.

Revolution is not a one-time event
A peachy orange background has black text that says Abolitionist Feminist Future
3 August 2020
Online

The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House: Abolitionist Feminist Futures

Akwugo Emejulu Gail Lewis Hortense J. Spillers Miss Major Zoé Samudzi

A panel exploring how to dismantle the master’s house — its material edifices and ideological architecture — and the construction of abolitionist futures in the present.

Revolution is not a one-time event
Rainbow pride heart window decals advertise an offer at a Sunbed shop, Consol
23 November 2019
Tramway

Future Ruins: transfeminism, austerity and the archives

Jay Bernard Mijke van der Drift Nat Raha

Radical transfeminism aims to hold the space for finding relations between the ruins of the everyday. Emerging from the debris, spaces for politics find form as poetics to carry understandings, actions and be/longings.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Fernando stands facing boychild who holds grasps elbow with opposite hand
23 November 2019
Tramway

Borders between Mathematics, Gestures and Dance

boychild Fernando Zalamea

How do we gesture to the invisible, the trans or the obscure? A performative conversation between boychild and Fernando, a sharing of gestures, and a bodily back and forth between mathematician and dance artist.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Fred Moten in the middle of speaking, with Fernando Zalamea listening beside
23 November 2019
Tramway

Discussion on Mathopoetics

Fred Moten Fernando Zalamea

A back and forth between Fred and Fernando on the transits and obstructions between mathematics and poetics, and how both help us to think from the other side.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Paul Klee's Angelus Novus painting is framed by box shapes with black borders
22 November 2019
Tramway

Poetry, Mathematics, Debris

Fred Moten Nathaniel Mackey Fernando Zalamea

How do poetry and maths stitch together pictures of our fractured situation from its wreckage and relics, from the debris of hope and the well of residues that make us what we are?

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Nisha on stage with glowing screen of a yellow circle with a blue figure drawing
22 November 2019
Tramway

States of the Body Produced by Love

Nisha Ramayya

In Ramayya’s visionary poetry, the body assumes as many forms as love produces states: attraction and repulsion, excitement and exhaustion, selfishness and the dissolution of self.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
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