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Speculative Design: Afrofuturist and indigenous projections

2 May 2018

Event times

2pm - 8pm

Cost of entry

£8/6

Chelsea College of Arts

London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Bus: 2, C10, 36, 77A, 88, 185, 436
  • Tube: Pimlico, Vauxhall

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This symposium brings together researchers and practitioners whose work engages with the themes of Afrofuturism, Indigenous Futures, and other emerging areas of science-fictional/future-orientated cultural practice.

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This afternoon symposium brings together researchers and practitioners whose work engages with the themes of Afrofuturism, Indigenous Futures, and other emerging areas of science-fictional/future-orientated cultural practice in which people of colour, indigenous cultures and non-Western subjects take centre stage.

Speculative design will be addressed in terms of its ability to raise problems, rather than solve them. As a tool for speculation, it opens up spaces for presenting problems, to model alternatives, and to generate imaginative responses. It will be explored in terms of its overlaps with art practice and in in relation to science-fiction writing.
 
Speakers:
Julian Henriques
Kelly Kayanama
Florence Okoye
More TBA!

This event is convened by Dr Dan Smith, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art Theory, Chelsea College of Arts and presented by the Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon Graduate School Public Programme.

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Exhibiting artists

Kelly Kayanama

Julian Henriques

Florence Okoye

Dan Smith

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