The Agency is pleased to announce ‘Divinations of Worlds to Come’, the second event of the Afrokarib’s series initiated by BOKANTAJ collective, which will explore Caribbean cultural and social existence.
‘Divinations of Worlds to Come’ by BOKANTAJ is part of the Agency’s event programme and will follow on from the event ‘Look! A Negro’ (after Frantz Fanon’s Black Skin, White Masks) held at The Photographers’ Gallery on Saturday 24th September 2016.
BOKANTAJ is a collaborative initiative that aims to raise greater awareness about the historical trajectories and universal themes that connect seemingly disparate communities, and in so doing help to foster greater dialogue and collaboration.
Aminat Awal Lagoro is an independent researcher with interests in African and African Diasporic themes. Her current research is a confluence of history, ritual, and urban spaces in Lagos (Nigeria). She is co-founder of BOKANTAJ.
Alinta Sara is a teacher and a freelance art educator working with various organisations and galleries in London such as the October Gallery, Lon-Art. From both Martinican and Guinean heritage her research focuses in the cultural links between Africa and the Diaspora. She is co-founder of BOKANTAJ.