Event

Intimate Trespass: Hapticality, Waywardness, and the Practice of Entanglement

8 Jul 2017

Event times

12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Cost of entry

£5 / Free for students

Serpentine Galleries

London, United Kingdom

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  • South Kensington/Lancaster Gate

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On the occasion of Arthur Jafa's exhibition, Professor Saidiya Hartman (Columbia University) joins scholars, artists and writers to discuss themes from her landmark text, Scenes of Subjection, including questions of political economy and ecology, race, gender and legal theory. Presented in collaboration with Dr. Rizvana Bradley (Yale University), with support from Women & Performance, a journal of feminist theory. Participants include Rizvana Bradley, Helen Cammock, Tina Campt, Kodwo Eshun, Jack Halberstam, Saidiya Hartman, and Karen Salt. With film screened by Francis Alÿs and Karrabing Film Collective.

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