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Global Art Futures – Online Seminar

Tate Liverpool Online Seminar, Thursday 28 October 19.00–20.30

Global Art Futures, Seminar 3: Alternate Perspectives, Re-imagining Sources and Other Histories

This seminar features London-based photographer and British Art Network research lead, Roshini Kempadoo, curator and art educator Sylvia Theuri and British-Kenyan artist Grace Ndritu. The talk provides an opportunity to address and reflect on the key issues, voices and stories in ecological, indigenous and feminist narratives.

The seminar will unpack questions such as ‘What makes a socially responsible practitioner?’ and ‘How can we bring alternate narratives to the fore through open dialogue in educational settings and art institutions?’.

Roshini Kempadoo will present the artwork Like Gold Dust, created while on the Artist International Residency (AIR) at Artpace San Antonio, USA (2019) in order to explore women’s work, activism and speculative futures as urgent ecological concerns. This artwork evokes narratives about everyday survival, economics, and special powers needed for the 21st century.

More information and tickets here.