Enter Afrofuturism | 7-12 November 2017 |
Inside & Outside the OCC | Talks, discussions and workshop.
As a term, Afrofuturism appeared in the 90s to describe an Afro-American artistic movement which had found expression in sci-fi, fantasy literature, music, the visual arts, comics and movies. Today, it is an inexhaustible field of academic, political, artistic and scientific investigation and production which incorporates elements from the black cultures from the diaspora of West Africa, North America, Britain and the Caribbean, creating a Black Atlantic map.
The talks, discussions and workshops programme were held οutside the OCC (Epikourou 26 and Korinis 4, Athens centre), featuring the following artists: Rasheedah Phillips (Black Quantum Futurism), Nathalie Mba Bikoro, Louis Chude-Sokei, Reynaldo Anderson, A Guy Called Gerald, The Otolith Group, Black Athena, Tabita Rezaire, Nkisi, Abdul Qadim Haqq, Voltnoi, Quetempo.