THE FUTURE COMMONS IMAGINED
Date: 9 & 10 th April - 6:00pm GMT
In the process of exploring a collective understanding of what a common future might look like, an experimental dialogue of creative producers from different disciplines and contexts examines their common cultural and natural resources.
Building on the experiences of Imaginary Futures over the past 12 months, responding to the changes brought about by the pandemic and exploring new possibilities for co-production around the world, a group of participants has been invited to collaborate on this journey. Recommendations through the Arts Collaboratory q network brought together 12 participants from Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Colombia, Switzerland and South Africa, who will collaborate with artist and host Marcus Neustetter (Austria and South Africa).
March 2021 will see a series of creative co-production sessions on Zoom and WhatsApp. Through sharing practices and contexts, these sessions aim to develop a collective narrative and ultimately explore the notion of a shared vision for the future.
The intention is to allow differences in discipline, language, context and resources to become the opportunity for experimental expression and to give rise to two public participatory virtual experiences :
On 9 and 10 April 2021, closing event of the AFROPIXEL#8 - POWER TO THE COMMONS festival.
Laminate Kora Kouyaté
Babacar Traore (Doli)
CONGO DRC (3)
Art collective, Christiana Tabaro & Michael Disanka
Juan Jaramillo Silva
Alexander Correa Vélez
SOUTH AFRICA (3)
Thulisile Princess Binda
Performance du 9 Avril
Performance du 10 Avril