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Search results for "Dominique Malaquais "

Monumental Failures

<p>Dominique Malaquais reports from Cameroon on the active objection of one &#8216;Combattant&#8217; to the negation of many, cast in stone. Decrying these monumental symbols to the least salubrious of colonial exploits, his rebellion is most fitting in a country that stands on ceremony other than its own.</p>
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Chimurenganyana: Rumblin&#8217; by Dominique Malaquais (June 2012)

<p>A text and image reflection on the Rumble in the Jungle, the [&hellip;]</p>
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Chimurenganyana: Blood Money &#8211; A Douala Chronicle by Dominique Malaquais (2009)

<p>Dominique Malaquais is a historian of contemporary African art and culture &amp; [&hellip;]</p>
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PANAFEST, hosted by Chimurenga

<p>A web documentary, audio-video archive and online cartography, that chronicles continuities and breaks, samples and cuts that link four key moments of Pan-African encounter: Dakar &#8217;66, Algiers &#8217;69, Kinshasa &#8217;74 and Lagos &#8217;77.</p>
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Muzmin (July 2015)

<p>In the minds of many, the Sahara exists as a boundary between the Maghreb and Black Africa. History and our lived experience tell a different story. The latest issue of Chimurengas pan African gazette, the Chronic,</p>
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The Chronic (April 2013)

<p>A 48-page newspaper and 40-page stand-alone books review magazine featuring writing, art and photography inflected by the workings of innovation, creativity and resistance.</p>
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African Cities Reader I: Pan-African Practices

<p>In the launch issue Rustum Kozain muses over the cultural and alternative relations built, negotiations and dealings made as a resident of Cape Town (South Africa); Jean-Christophe Lanquetins SAPE Project is captured in a pictorial narrative; </p>
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African Cities Reader II: Mobilities &#038; Fixtures

<p>The second installment of the Reader is centered on the theme Mobilities and Fixtures. In this issue Sean OToole interviews architect David Adjaye about African cityscapes, snapshot photography and failed utopias;</p>
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Chimurenga 16 &#8211; The Chimurenga Chronicle (October 2011)

<p>A once-off edition of a speculative, future-forward newspaper that travels back in time to re-imagine the present.</p>
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Chimurenga 15 &#8211; The Curriculum Is Everything (June 2010)

<p>Presented in the form of a textbook, Chimurenga 15 simultaneously mimics the structure while gutting it. </p>
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Chimurenga 12/13 &#8211; Dr Satans Echo Chamber (Double-Issue March 2008)

<p>A double-take on sci-fi and speculative writing from the African world, collectively titled &#8220;Dr. Satan&#8217;s Echo Chamber&#8221; after a dub mix by King Tubby.</p>
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Chimurenga 10 &#8211; Futbol, Politricks and Ostentatious Cripples (December 2006)

<p>We scope the stadia, markets, ngandas and banlieues to spotlight narratives of love, hate and the wide and deep spectrum of emotions and affiliations that the game of football generates.</p>
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Chimurenga 3 &#8211; Biko in Parliament (November 2002)

<p>Mandela was not the only head of state taken in by Koagne. Le king kept snapshots of himself with many a man of power, among them Mobutu Sese Seko and Denis Sassou Nguesso []</p>
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De lart de vivre lart

<p>Goddy Leye nous a quittés. Cétait le 19 février 2011, peu après minuit. A Karachi, au bord du désert, où jamais il ne pleut en cette saison, le ciel sest ouvert. Averse. A laube, à lheure du premier appel des muezzins, il pleuvait encore. Jécris là-bas ces mots pour lami, le mentor, le camarade Goddy. Douleur sourde, de celles qui ne passent pas. Qui ne peuvent et ne doivent pas passer.</p>
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NEW IN BOOKSHOP

<p>Early in 1977, thousands of artists, writers, musicians, activists and scholars from Africa and the black diaspora assembled in Lagos for FESTAC 77, the 2nd World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture.</p>
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FESTAC 77 BOOK &#8211; OUT NOW

<p>Early in 1977, thousands of artists, writers, musicians, activists and scholars from Africa and the black diaspora assembled in Lagos for FESTAC 77,,, To many, too many, FESTAC sounded like cacophony &#8211; we reproduced its music on the page, decomposed and an-arranged.</p>
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FESTAC 77 BOOK (Oct 2019)

<p>Early in 1977, thousands of artists, writers, musicians, activists and scholars from Africa and the black diaspora assembled in Lagos for FESTAC 77, the 2nd World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture. With a radically ambitious agenda underwritten by Nigerias newfound oil wealth, FESTAC 77 would unfold as a complex, glorious and excessive culmination of a half-century of transatlantic and pan-Africanist cultural-political gatherings.</p>
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Search Sweet Country

<p> In his first novel, and in conversation with Binyavanga Wainaina, Kojo Laing talks to a future Ghana by exposing its present, full of the jargons and certainties of one dimensional nation building.</p>
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About Chimurenga Magazine

<p>About Chimurenga Magazine Chimurenga Magazine is a pan African publication of culture, [&hellip;]</p>
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Dakar

<p>Angazi, but Im sure is a common South African phrase. In English it means: I dont know, but I am sure. It is a deliberately self-contradictory phrase that is usually spoken in prelude to a reply &#8211;</p>
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Paris

<p>Chimurenga returned to Paris for a 5-day intervention and installation at La Colonie we installed a live radio station and a research library,</p>
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Lindela (the winnie suite)

<p>an excerpt from &#8216;Lindela (the winnie suite)&#8217; by Dominique Malaquais car, maps, [&hellip;]</p>
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FESTAC 77 &#8211; the Book and LP soon come!

<p>Early in 1977, thousands of artists, writers, musicians, activists and scholars from [&hellip;]</p>
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To Defend and to Question

<p>Zinedine Zidane has described him as &#8220;the greatest footballer of all&#8221; and [&hellip;]</p>
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A master of bling with feline style

<p>Writing just after the 2011 Africa Cup of Nations,&nbsp; Achille Mbembe* looks [&hellip;]</p>
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PASS LANDING AT LA COLONIE, PARIS

<p>Chimurenga returned to Paris for a 5-day intervention and installation at La Colonie. From December 13 17, 2017,</p>
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Who Killed Kabila?

<p>The Pan African Space Station/Chimurenga Library at La Colonie, Paris 13 December [&hellip;]</p>
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De lart de vivre lart

<p>Dominique Malaquais Goddy Leye nous a quittés. Cétait le 19 février 2011, [&hellip;]</p>
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La Colonie, Paris: 13 17 December 2017

<p>Chimurenga&nbsp;returned to Paris for a 5-day intervention and installation at&nbsp;La Colonie we [&hellip;]</p>
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ALL I CAN SAY FOR NOW

<p>By Jean-Christophe Lanquetin* During the last five years of Unathi Sigenus life, [&hellip;]</p>
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&#8220;Angazi, but I&#8217;m sure&#8221;: A Raw Académie Session

<p>RAW Material Company is a Dakar-based centre for art, knowledge and society; [&hellip;]</p>
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Sexing Africa, Again

<p>Dominique Malaquais spins together Lil Kim, burkas, Muslim women, Somali Mata-Haris and [&hellip;]</p>
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No Easy Truce Between Africa&#8217;s Most Powerful Brothership

<p>By Tolu Ogunlesi On a per-person basis, South Africans drink four times [&hellip;]</p>
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Franc-maçonnerie Suite

<p>By Dominique Malaquais 1st Movement : Uncle Tom or DOM-TOM? Il y a [&hellip;]</p>
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Mining the Biennale

<p>In late 2012, two contemporary art exhibitions opened in the same country, [&hellip;]</p>
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Archie Shepp&#8217;s Shirt Suggests

<p>The moment has stayed with every person who witnessed it. Archie Shepp improvising live on the street, surrounded by hundreds of onlookers in a trance induced by his otherworldly beats. </p>
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Muzmin (July 2015)

<p>In the minds of many, the Sahara exists as a boundary between the Maghreb and Black Africa. History and our lived experience tell a different story. The latest issue of Chimurengas pan African gazette, the Chronic,</p>
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Lets face it: were in over our heads. We need the white folks to come back.

<p>Renegade Cameroonian filmmaker and theorist Jean-Pierre Bekolo Obama pulls no punches about his disaffection [&hellip;]</p>
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Midway Between Silence and Speech

<p>The art and incarnation of Justine Gaga explores the multi-layered and emotionally [&hellip;]</p>
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Exitour as Rhizome

<p>&#8220;Why did we embark on this insane trip?&#8221; Having journeyed together from Douala to [&hellip;]</p>
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AF 888

<p>AF 888  a letter from above the Mediterranean Sea by Christian Botale [&hellip;]</p>
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Not only our land but also our souls

<p>Andile Mngxitama challenges historical and contemporary rhetoric that positions land theft in [&hellip;]</p>
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Paris-Algiers, Underground Class

<p>by Mustapha Benfodil  Its romance landed me this job. I am a mailman [&hellip;]</p>
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Name Death &#038; Text

<p>Achille Mbembe unpicks the&nbsp;assassination,&nbsp;disfigurement,&nbsp;and attempted degrading&nbsp;of Ruben Um Nyobè. &nbsp; Ruben Um [&hellip;]</p>
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The Way Back Home Article

<p>The Way Back Home On the death of a close relative, Niq [&hellip;]</p>
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The Chronic (April 2013)

<p>A 48-page newspaper and 40-page stand-alone books review magazine featuring writing, art and photography inflected by the workings of innovation, creativity and resistance.</p>
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The Chronic (April 2013)

<p>&nbsp; A 48-page newspaper and 40-page stand-alone books review magazine featuring writing, [&hellip;]</p>
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Contributors

<p>Chimurenga People include: Ntone Edjabe (publisher &amp; editor-in-chief); Stacy Hardy (books &amp; [&hellip;]</p>
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Chimurenga 16 &#8211; The Chimurenga Chronicle (October 2011)

<p>A once-off edition of a speculative, future-forward newspaper that travels back in time to re-imagine the present.</p>
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African Cities Reader II: Mobilities &#038; Fixtures

<p>The second installment of the Reader is centered on the theme Mobilities and Fixtures. In this issue Sean OToole interviews architect David Adjaye about African cityscapes, snapshot photography and failed utopias;</p>
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