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  • Peverse Assemblages Conference Oldenburg Germany   Its been a sucession of panels at the start of this year and so ive just gotten round to blogging about this conference I attended in late Jan in Oldenburg in Germany at the International Symposium ‘Perverse Assemblages’ at Carl von Ossietzky University. I was part of the ‘Queering and Decolonising Art and Visual Culture’ panel ...
  • Transfeminist Panel at Feminist Research Centre Goldsmiths   It’s the day after the Transfeminism Panel at the Feminist Research centre at Goldsmith’s organised by feminist killjoy Sara Ahmed who has been welcoming and generous to create a much needed open space to allow for important conversations. It really felt like it last night. This panel is the first in a series of Feminism conversations ...
  • Collective Creativity: Un-archiving the ‘black’ arts Movement Project Collective Creativity have just been awarded a Go and See bursary funding to (re)visit the Making Histories Visible archive in Preston UK! Hooray! Undertaking a short residency at The Making Histories Visible archive, UCLan(makinghistoriesvisible.com) will support the archival and research work we (Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir and Raju Rage) are doing with London based archive AAVAA (African, ...
  • The Dilemma of the Diaspora to Define: Breakdown of an anti-performance by Raju Rage “If I am inescapably Chinese by decent I am only sometimes Chinese by consent. When and how is a matter of politics’…. ‘ which half is eastern, or western, or northern? Which parts Asian, when Asian can be Chinese and Chinese can be black, but black might not be Chinese and Asian is not always ...

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