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... in its widest sense, culture may now be said to be the whole complex of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features that characterise a society or social group. It includes not only the arts and letters, but also modes of life, the fundamental rights of the human being, value systems, traditions and beliefs; that it is culture that gives man the ability to reflect upon himself. It is culture that makes us specifically human, rational beings, endowed with a critical judgement and a sense of moral commitment. It is through culture that we discern values and make choices. It is through culture that man expresses himself, becomes aware of himself, recognises his incompleteness, questions his own achievements, seeks untiringly for new meanings and creates works through which he transcends his limitations. – UNESCO (1982)

WE ARE ALL THE OTHER

– A series of conversations

 

THE PROGRAMME                      THE SPEAKERS                      PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS  

SATURDAY, 13 August

11-12.30am

THE TRANSCULTURAL CONNECTION: PERFORMING 'A NEW CHINESENESS'

by Chun Hua Catherine Dong

& Rachel Marsden

2.30-4pm

AS ALWAYS PAINFUL DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE: For Ama. For Aba. For Charlotte and Adjoa.

Performative talk

by Barby Asante

A PLACE CALLED HOME (2015)

Film Screening

by Cathy Hassan
 

FRIDA TO ARIA

by Bumi Thomas
 

HOME IS WHERE I AM

by Cathy Hassan

 

SPACES OF SPEECH

by Nikki Luna

& Fatimah Kelleher

7.00pm

INFILTRATORS (2012)

Film Screening | 70min

by Khaled Jarrar

 

Followed by a conversation with Khaled Jarrar and Hashi Mohamed

SUNDAY, 14 August

10-12.30am

I am the MUSEum

by Rosanna Raymond

THE PEOPLE'S COLLECTION

by Ana Mendes

 

KNOWING

by Alana Jelinek

 

CENSORED ARCHIVES

by Kinsi Abdulleh

1-3pm

KNOWING  (2015)

Film Screening | 48min

by Alana Jelinek

 

NEGOTIATING AMNESIA (2015)

Film Screening | 30min

by Alexandra Ferrini

4.00pm

FORGETTING THE EMPIRE: ITALIAN AMNESIC AND RACIST POLITICS

by Alexandra Ferrini

 

KEIS & | UNA - A FAMILY PORTRAIT

by Joy Gregory

6.00pm

ON DRAWING – 9:52min

SIGNATURE – 38sec

DRAWINGS – 11:40min

Film Screening | ON DRAWING (2016)

by Ana Mendes

ON DRAWING: ART AND SCIENCE PERSPECTIVES

by Ana Mendes, Henrietta Howells &

Luis Lacerda

WEDNESDAY, 17 August

Online Talk - 4pm (UTC/GMT)

FROM EXOTICISM TO RACISM.

THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MIRROR.

by Vasco Araújo

Followed by online and local discussions in several art organizations based in the

Southern Hemisphere

Argentina

Democratic Republic of Congo

Ghana

New Zealand

Nigeria
Rwanda

Zimbabwe

and in your own country

LISTEN TO

VASCO ARAUJO'S TALK