Black Togetherness As Lingua Franca

Diasporic Self: Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca takes the shape of a living space for everyday vernacular, performances, radio, translations and improvisations, presented as a visual, sonic and dialogic program and exhibition environment. As a site of study, Diasporic Self showcases how sonic and visual practices are guiding, (un)doing and documenting the ways memories, presences, togetherness and production within, and outside of the confinement of diaspora are continuously (re)shaping the alternative lexicons that influence the contemporary black cultures across Europe. Diasporic Self: Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca will be presented in 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning in London and Framer Framed in Amsterdam and features work by: Nadeem Din Gabisi, Lydienne Albertoe, Rabz Lansiquot, Ajamu Ikwe Tyehimba, Hannah Catherine Jones, Sylvia Martes, Afina De Jong and Inna Vision, Nastio Mosquito, Jabu Arnell and Pascale Obolo, 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning Archive

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