Place: Imagined Places and (De)Territorialized Identities in Postcolonial Black Arts

April 16| 2pm | Instructor: Samba Camara

Instructor: Samba Camara of FIU Samba Camara is Adjunct Professor of African Art and Literatures and Wolof Language at Florida International University. He is a PhD candidate at Ohio University’s School of Interdisciplinary Arts and is completing a doctoral dissertation on postcolonial nationhood focusing on Islamic poetry, popular music, and the negotiation of »

MOCA Contemporary Dialogues

Saturday, April 2, 6:30 pm

  MOCA CONTEMPORARY DIALOGUES Saturday, April 2, 6:30 pm The colonial body in performance: a Caribbean/Afro-French perspective. Stéphanie Melyon-Reinette, PhD Artist and performer, member of the Comité Nationale pour la Mémoire et l’Histoire de l’Esclavage, independent researcher, cultural activist. Jorge Luis Gutiérrez Museum and visual arts manager, doctoral candidate and »

Thursday, 12.03.15 | 4–6pm

Thursday, 12.03.15 | 4–6pm Thinking at the Limits: A Conversation with Carlos Salas As part of the problematic of the “local-global” dialectic, the 2015 MOCA Contemporary Dialogues stresses the relationship between art, otherness and the altermodern. This conversation examines the question of Latin American art in its relationship to the two »

Turning Inward Book Launch

Dec. 4

On December 4th, MoCA presents a discussion with Abraham Adams, John Miller., and artist collective Lou Cantor. The talk will centre on the topics explored in the essays collected in the book Turning Inward (2015, http://www.sternberg-press.com/?pageId=1575 ). The publication, edited by Lou Cantor and Clemens Jahn, is composed of works by writers including Miller, »