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Matters of Extraction

Camila Beltrán, Christopher Cozier, Louis Henderson, Taey Iohe, Roshini Kempadoo, Christina Peake, and Ana Vaz


Matters of Extraction provides a research framework that focuses on Black lives including those of Indigenous communities and People of Colour living in the Americas, Europe, the Caribbean and the African continent. The network recognises the colonial histories and global impact of current social, political, economic and climate crises and supports changes to the relationship between Earth resources and future livelihoods.


Curated by prof. Roshini Kempadoo.


Hosted by CREAM and University of Westminster.


Ambika P3, London, UK

2 November 2022, 12 - 6pm


EXHIBITION AND LIVE PERFORMANCE

Dark Advances: ‘Affect Aliens’ and Revolutionary Despair

Performances by: Sabeen Chaudhry, Francesca Flora & Nobile, Céline Mathieu, Circular Ruins ft. oxi pëng, Sarah Messerschmidt, Eric Peter, Kari Rosenfeld.

Exhibited works by: Spiros Kokkonis, Candice Nembhard, Kari Rosenfeld, Lou Lou Sainsbury and Kwamé Sorrell.


Dark Advances: ‘Affect Aliens’ and Revolutionary Despair is a multimedia installation and live performance event tuning into the hum, tremble, or murmur by which everything now rises to the surface. Not a human song, but the perlocutionary utterance of what Stefano Harney and Fred Moten speak of when they write of the movement of the earth against the world—an underground, black rhythm, chant or riot, that one “can’t join from the outside.” What does it want? Nothing, except perhaps to unground the ground—to reveal “the hole in the ontological project,” as R.A. Judy has it—by unearthing the bones that fire our great toxic machinery.


Dark Advances devotes its breath to this cosmic piece of anti-music, and to practices aimed at its amplification. To those ‘affect aliens’ who, faced with the ways of the world, promote neither the promise of utopia, nor despondent resignation, but the world’s collapsing: ‘unworlding’, or what one might describe as the ambivalent third way of revolutionary despair.


Curated by Lilly Markaki and Felice Moramarco.


Motto, Berlin, Germany

10 September 2022, 6 - 9pm





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