Day: May 23, 2020

Rele Gallery is Sculpting out of The Lockdown

The Rele Gallery has announced its own gradual easing-out -of-the -lockdown arrangement. Next Sunday (May 31), it will open an exhibition of sculptures, in virtual space, then allow physical visits by regulated appointments. The show, Sculpting the City, will be mounted physically in the gallery but accessed by the public virtually. “Live viewing of the […]

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AFROPOLIS DIGITAL PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL

CALL FOR APPLICATION CONVOCATORIA APPEL A PROJÉT CHAMADA DE CANDIDATURA AFROPOLIS DIGITAL PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL is an annual festival which combines collaboration with remote and physical interaction.  An inclusive performance festival of new forms, we are excited by new processes of transdisciplinary interactions between  performance and digital technology, to generate creative synergy and express innovative ideas for a digital live audience. We welcome transdisciplinary performance videos of all genres, while challenging […]

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Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman: A Truly Philosophical Piece

          …I don’t understand men at all… The phrase materializes in different scenes across the entire novel, and each time, with different essence to its meaning (and use). Jean Louise (firmly in her mid-twenties) is returning to her little town of Maycomb from a long trip to New York to reconnect […]

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Sun Ra & Africa

          It may have been due to what he personally described as his “duality,” but while Sun Ra always acknowledged the root-source of his cosmic philosophy and Space Music as Ancient Egypt; he was paradoxically never too comfortable with modern Black Africa; south of the Sahara. Africa is a very old, […]

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