Framework Programme 24.8.– 28.8.17

Thurs, 24.8.17

VERNISSAGE of the exhibition FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time

at Goethe Institute Johannesburg

6.30pm Welcome  & greetings

8.30pm Performance by The Wretched, a collective project by Gabisile Motuba, Tumi Mogorosi and Andrei Van Wyk

 

Fr, 25.8.17: Confusing Temporal Orders

noon Exhibition Walk-About  at Goethe-Institute: FAVT-artists Kitso Lynn Lelliott, Ruth Sacks,  Emeka Alams in conversation with Katharina Fink

1.30pm Lecture Time travel as audio-visual strategy and historical method by                  Dr. Henriette Gunkel (Goldsmith’s College, London)

followed by

2.30pm Conversation: Queering temporal orders, with Henriette Gunkel, Katharina Fink, Kitso Lynn Lelliott

 

9pm Fashion & Future: Presentations & Performances at King Kong club
line-up: Mma Tseleng, BASSO, plus special DJ-Set by Petite Noir!

Pop-Up Store Gold Coast Trading Company. Emeka Alams is present.
FAVT in cooperation with  Keleketla! Library 

Find King Kong here: 

King Kong

@6 Verwey Street
Johannesburg, GT 2139
South Africa

 

Sat, 26.8.17: Queering futures

 

12.30am Art Walk-About: Queer Futures  at Goethe Institute

7.30pm Dinner Debate: Pan Afrikan Futures from the past

at Yeoville Dinner Club@A Pan Afrikan Plate, Rockey Street 24,  Yeoville

What do the visions of Pan-Africanism and internationalism have to say on the contemporary continent and beyond? How does fiction play into the update of revolutionary ideas for the future?

Sit-down dinner, cost per person applicable, limited space available,

RSVP essential bookings via: +27 83 447 4235