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  • Politics of the Art School: Black Art Movement Then and Now At this event, key members of the 1980s ‘Black Arts Movement’ Keith Piper, Claudette Johnson and Said Adrus were hosted by London-based group Collective Creativity, who offered critical reflections on this history and the contemporary circumstances under which students and other people of colour experience contemporary art school curriculum from the perspectives of QTIPOC (Queer, ...
  • Project/ed at Opposite Fields In April 2015 Project/ed was exhibited and screened at Opposite Fields in London at the Brents Artists Resource. Opposite Fields is a container for moving image, code and sound artists exploring new and existing concepts and ideas. The exhibition presented work from analogue and digital artists experimenting with film, video, sound, photography and interactive art forms. I was pleasantly surprised ...
  • Collaboration with Photographer Vera Rodriguez….a teaser Happy Vaisakhi 2015!!! A little teaser of what is to come. A Collaboration with Photographer Vera Rodriguez……….Keep posted!  
  • Clothes, Cloth & Culture Group Audio recordings of Raju Rage and Raisa Kabir    February Clothes, Cloth & Culture Group: Stuart Hall Library – February 2015     Our Clothes, Cloth and Culture Group meeting in February featured a collaboration between two young artists, Raisa Kabir and Raju Rage. They described how they use their art and textile practices to address gendered South Asian queer ...
  • Cyber-Feminisms NEWGenNow: Binary Static 1.35mins Really engaging conversation about cyberfeminism with Evan Ifekoya and Juliet Jaques and myself, Raju Rage, contextualising subjects such as the content and methods in our creative work, working collectively (as part of Collective Creativity) and organising, QTIPOC politics in art, deconstruction of identity in our work and how that relates to cyber platforms, pros ...

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