Colonial Repercussions: Performances of No-thingness

(Imani Robinson & Rabz Lansiquot)

Imani Robinson is an organiser, writer and curator. Her work focuses on resistance, liberation and Blackness in the aesthetic, poetic, material, psychological and philosophical realms. Robinson works to build radical consciousness through movement-building, art, popular education and dialogue, and is currently completing an MA in Research Architecture at Goldsmiths,University of London.

Rabz Lansiquot is a filmmaker, programmer and DJ. She received the Silverstone Award from the University of Sussex for her MA thesis On the Liberatory Implications of Documenting James Baldwin. Her work is informed by Black liberatory thought, Black queer studies, and lived experience, seeking to highlight the nuances of marginalised experience, and move beyond representation, to liberation.


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