Abdi Osman and Mariam Popal explore the visual archive of African queer identities in the project Records of African Black Queer (Times) – The invisible color of (v)si(o)lence: Analogue Differences and Future Presences´n the Image.
Here´s the booklet to Kitso Lynn Lelliott´s video project Alzire, dealing with the (in)visible presence of a former slave in Bayreuth. Explore Kitso´s thoughts on ghosts, haunting and histories entanglement in future manifestations.
Enjoy exclusive insights in the process of Sam Hopkins´ and John Kamicha´s collaborative project Thika Road Mad Boys_Until Death do us part_ Wazungu Wausi (Black White Men), while they´re exploring the emerging biking culture in Kenya´s capital Nairobi.
Download the booklet with statements of the artists to the project Beyond Wagner´s Futures by Philipp Khabo Koepsell, DJ Spooky and Susan Arndt below.
Get some insights and additional information on James Muriuki´s photography and video installation Untitled, exploring the materialistic manifestations of Middle Class aspirations in Kenya.
Delio Jasse´s and Ulf Vierke´s approach for the project Warning! Not Fixed as well as the entaglement between possible futures and past histories can be found in the booklet below, just download.
If you want to know more about Ato Malinda´s and Sybille Bauriedl´s project Queer Volatility: The indecipherable achievement of a socially utopic state, just download the full booklet below and read what the artist and researcher have to say about the project.
Please enjoy the oppportunity to get even more information on Ruth Sacks´ project TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER SEAS, inspired by the novelle Twenty Thousand Miles under the Sea by Jules Verne, with an ellaborative text by Annalisa Urbano.
Find some interesting and enlightning information on Syowia Kiambi´s project My Mother´s Mother, dealing with women´s role in creating middle class futures in Kenya and Germany, as well as her second project Rose´s Relocation, dealing with one of her performance characters, Rose.
Have a look at Ingrid LaFleur process of the installation THE RESONANCE, with some reflections by Nadine Siegert and images of the performance at Iwalewahaus.