Exploring the formation and transformation of the darker side of modernity: coloniality

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Website:

http://decolonizingthecoldwar.wordpress.com/video-documentation/
–>Flickr Album:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/55443738@N08/sets/72157634016878405/

After its outstanding debut last year, this second  edition of the series BLACK EUROPE BODY POLITICS was expanded with live performances and an all-day screening commemorating Malcolm X´s birthday at the Hackesche Höfe Kino, in cooperation with AfricAvenir.
DECOLONIZING THE “COLD” WAR is the first Afropean performance showcase and was accompanied by roundtable discussions on the aesthetic legacy of the Black Power movement in the radical imagination of Diaspora artists. Parallel to this, its influence in liberation and decolonization struggles in the Global South during the so-called “Cold” War was approached from the continuities of coloniality. According to Enrique Dussel, a liberation philosopher and decolonial thinker, this war was never “cold”

A Project of Art Labour Archives + Ballhaus Naunynstraße
In cooperation with AfricAvenir + Heinrich Böll Sitftung

Short video on the Decolonial Aesthetics panel during the 2011 Havana Biennial. Havana, Cuba May 14th, 2012. (some parts in Spanish, in general in both Spanish and English)
Organizers: Raul Ferrera-Balanquet & Miguel Rojas-Sotelo
Organizers Theoretical Forum 11 Havana Biennial: Dannys Montes de Oca & Desiderio Navarro
Location: Centro Cultural Criterios. Havana (El Vedado), Cuba.
Participants: Dalida Maria Benfield, Raul Ferrera-Balanquet, Pedro Pablo Gomez, Pedro Lasch, Alanna Lockward, Miguel Rojas-Sotelo.

Professor Guo-Juin Hong’s video installation comments on ongoing aspects of colonialism in Taiwan in the context of the workshop and exhibition +Decolonial Aesthetics curated by Walter Mignolo at Duke University, 2011.

Keynote speech by Alanna Lockward on Decolonial Aesthetics. Alanna Lockward is a writer, critic and independent curator, and founder of the Transnational Institute and curator of the project BE.BOP 2012 BLACK EUROPE BODY POLITICS (Berlin).

The lecture was part of a series of events organized by Framer Framed in the context of the exhibition Who Sci-Fi More Than Us? (curated by Nancy Hoffmann, 2012), in cooperation with Non Employees and Kunsthal KAdE.
More info framerframed.nl/en

Evento Académico para Sentir-Pensar-Hacer, realizado en noviembre de 2010 en la Facultad de Artes ASAB, de la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas. Bogotá.

Evento Académico para Sentir-Pensar-Hacer, realizado en noviembre de 2010 en la Facultad de Artes ASAB, de la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas. Bogotá.

Evento Académico para Sentir-Pensar-Hacer, realizado, en noviembre de 2010, en la Facultad de Artes ASAB. Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas. Bogotá

Evento Académico para Sentir-Pensar-Hacer, realizado en noviembre de 2010 en la Facultad de Artes ASAB, de la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas. Bogotá.

Evento Académico para Sentir-Pensar-Hacer, realizado en noviembre de 2010 en la Facultad de Artes ASAB, de la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas. Bogotá.

Keynote lecture by Professor Walter Mignolo (Duke University)
Citizenship, Knowledge and the Limits of Humanity (II). Chair: Encarnacion Gutierrez-
Rodriguez (The University of Manchester)

Education, Development, Freedom. Workshop of the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities
February 25-27, 2010
http://trinity.duke.edu/globalstudies/education-development-freedom

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