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Chimurenga 2 – Dis-Covering Home [run nigga run] (July 2002)

“Three generations of white South African men were bound together at that table. Vermuelen was the first generation. He defined Africa, made it safe for Basson to defile. I was the last generation, the last to grow up in segregated neighborhoods. Between us was the silent photograph of Wouter Basson. Like a distant father, Basson was absent at the dining table.” – Henk Rossouw (Hole in the White ‘Hood). Also Mahmood Mamdani on Bantu Education at UCT, Gael Reagon on sisterhood, Binyavanga Wainaina on dis-covering Kenya, Gaston Zossou on African intellectuals and more…

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Strange Fruit by Lewis Allen


Kinshasa Chronicles

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In 2019, Kinshasa counts some thirteen million inhabitants. By 2075, demographers expect that it will be home to forty million more. With such numbers and from a history, both colonial and postcolonial, often marred by political and economic violence, comes a strikingly complex urban experience. Kinshasa Chronicles is a richly textured encounter with this experience: seventy artists, most of whom belong to a very young generation, meet up here to tell tales of one of the world's most vibrant creative hubs. They address multiple themes – "performance city", "sport city", "music city", "look city", "capital(ist) city", "spirit city", "DIY city", "future city", "memory city" – and deploy a rich palette of media, including

photography, video, installation and performance art, sculpture, painting, drawing, comics, music, slam and poetry. The mix is explosive and ultra-contemporary : passionate, engaging, thoughtful.

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