Op vrijdag, 20 november kan je een zoomsessie volgen met 2 van de kinderen van Ruth Asawa die praten over hun moeder.
‘From her young life on a California farm and inside the Japanese internment camps to her education at Black Mountain College, Ruth Asawa was always making things from the materials around her. In this talk with her children, Aiko and Paul, we share images that trace Asawa’s path from creative childhood to avant-garde art student to her life as a working artist and mother of six children. Aiko and Paul will trace their memories of how their mother used artwork to build family and community and how these values led to her activism for quality arts education in the San Francisco Bay Area.’
Dinsdag 17 november kan je via Tate een documentaire zien van Zanele Muholi, gevolgd door een gesprek met Muholi en Lady Phyll.
‘This is an exclusive chance to watch Zanele Muholi's documentary, Difficult Love (2010). The film is an intimate portrayal of life for Black lesbians in South Africa. Directed by Muholi and Peter Golsmid, the documentary is narrated by Muholi and provides a snapshot of what it means to be queer and Black in the world today.
The screening will be followed by an in conversation between Muholi and Lady Phyll of UK Black Pride. Together, they will discuss what difficult love looks like for QTIPOC communities in South Africa and Britain and the importance of chosen families.’
‘Danh Vo: Traces of History and The End of Empire’ – expo @ White Cube.
Watch a panel discussion with #DesignMuseum director Tim Marlow, #SouthLondonGallery director Margot Heller, academic and critic Shahidha Bari and botanist Roy Vickery.’
Te zien op het You Tube kanaal van White Cube:
Het International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam vindt dit jaar online plaats. Via de website van De Brakke Grond vind je alle informatie: