Résumé

Exhibitions/Performances:

Artists’ Film Club: The White Pube presents Zayn Malik Zindabad ICA.-Testo-technogender 4.03 mins Video-Audio, Jan 2017 

Edinburgh Artists’ Moving Image Festival: Symposium: Gender and the moving image, Edinburgh, Nov 2016

Trans Film Fest Berlin, Berlin Nov 2016

SERIES: Decolonising Arts and Visual Culture, Berlin Nov 2016

Krisis – Something Human, Nottingham Oct 2016

Dirty Politics Filthy Mouth Anti- Conference, Amsterdam Aug 2016

Moving Performances, Oxford 23rd June 2016

Let Them Eat Cake //// May One Without Hunger Lift The First Knife, Block Universe 30 May 2016

HYSTERIA at Autograph ABP: A Night For HYSTERICAL Art, Mar 23, 2016

Ruptures – Between the City and The Art World, London Dec 12 2015,

Trans/forms Bristol 16th November

GFest Asian Futures: Menier Gallery  9-14 November

Project/ed and Collage screenprints.

ALL Art Language Location Cambridge 17 October 2015

Text Installation ‘Loot’

‘In the Seam’ Link Gallery, Manchester 20th-26th April 2015

“There is More at Stake Than Just 3 metres of Cloth” collaboration with Raju Rage and Raisa Kabir

Opposite Fields  – 1- 11 April 2015

Opposite Fields is a container for moving image, code and sound artists exploring new and existing concepts and ideas. Screening of ‘Project/ed’.

Art[]Gender[]Art gender Week 7-12 Apr 2015

Nobody Passes: Debunking the Myth of the Gender Binary. Screening of Project/ed

‘Transitions’ Inkwell Leeds Feb 13-Mar 17

LGBT History Month Exhibition: screening Project/ed and Monster Terroist Fag Portrait

Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) – London, Nov 13th 2014

The Dilemma of the Diaspora to Define – Contemporary Rites

CCLAP (Cross Cultural Live Art Project) – London, Oct 31st -Nov 1st  2014

The Dilemma of the Diaspora to Define – focusing on interruption of public space

Guest Projects – London, 15-21 Sept 2014

The Dilemma of the Diaspora to Define & The Politics of Cloth feat a collaboration with Raisa Kabir.

nGbK – Berlin, 24 Jul -10 Aug 2014

As part of What is Queer Today Is Not Queer Tomorrow’, presenting The Dilemma of the Diaspora to Define performative installation and exhibition.

 

Film Festivals:

 

inHouse Festival  Queer Short Film Night 8 May 2015

-Screening of ‘Project/ed’  short moving image narrative 6.42mins

GLITCH Film Festival – 21-29 Mar 2015 Glasgow Scotland

-Screening of Project/ed: ‘cut your coat according to your cloth’ –  7.30-8.30pm 22nd Mar

Hysteria Film Night London 7th March 2015

Screening of Project/ed

London Transgender Film Festival – London, 2008

Co-organiser, designer and Curator

 

Conferences/Presentations/Panels

Decolonising Art Practice – Intersectionality, Chelsea College of Arts-UAL, 12 June 2017

I/Mages of Tomorrow Anti-conference: keynote, London Jun 2017

‘Sediments and Arrhythmias: race, sense and sensation Seminar: Raju Rage – Body & the Un/Archive: Exploring location and the act of un/archiving on the contemporary racialised body. Jan 25 2017

SERIES: Decolonising Arts and Visual Culture, Berlin Nov 2016

Now you can go conference London Dec 12 2015In or Out?: On Leaving the Art World and Other Systems

Vernetzt-Euch! Conference Berlin 10-11 Oct 2015

‘Out in the Night’ panel discussion Birkbeck Uni London 29 June 2015

London Critical Conference Transfeminism Stream UCL London June 26-27 2015

Reclaiming Radical Transfeminsim: Time Travelling Trans Politics in Neoliberal Times

Knowledges – Constructions of Knowledges: Queer Lecture Series, Frankfurt Jun 1 2015

‘Decolonising Art and Visual Culture –  a queer of colour critique’

GLITCH Film Festival – 21-29 Mar 2015 Glasgow Scotland

– panel discussion: ‘Surviving and Thriving’ as a QTIPOC artist – 7 – 8.30pm 21st Mar

– QTIPoC Collective Creativity on Tour – Films, Presentation and Participatory Discussion Session – Navigating QTIPoC Emerging Practices: In Conversation with Collective Creativity. 5-7pm 22nd Mar

Cloth, Clothes and CultureIniva London Feb 19th 2015

Practioners presentation: on the politics of cloth as a tool of resistance and the queer brown body

Transfeminisms Panel – Goldsmiths University London 11 Feb 2015 Professor Stuart Hall Building, LG01, 7-9pm

with Louise Chambers (Goldsmiths), Jack Halberstam (Cambridge University), Natacha Kennedy (Goldsmiths) and Raju Rage (artist, activist and sub editor of ‘Beyond the Binary’ magazine).

NEWGenNow – Binary Static – SPACE at the White Building Hackney, London 3 Feb 2015 7pm

Cyberfeminism: Intersectionality in the digital age. Panel and screening of Project/ed: ‘cut your cloth according to your cloth

Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg – Institute of Art and Visual Culture – Oldenburg, Jan 29th 2015

PERVERSE ASSEMBLAGES. QUEERING HETERONORMATIVE ORDERS INTER/MEDIALLY International Symposium:

Queering and decolonizing art and visual culture. Roundtable-Discussion with Sandrine Micossé-Aikins, (Berlin) Raju Rage (London) and Rena Onat (Oldenburg). Moderation: N.N.

Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) – London, Nov 22nd 2014

Artists Roundtable discussing Live Art and individual practices.

UCL – London, Oct 16th 2014

Panel discussion participant as part of UCLU LGBT+ Forum to provide a space for QTIPOC* artists to showcase and discuss their creative work. Discussions abour role of art in social change, radicality, institutionalism and issues QTIPOC artists face.

nGbK – Berlin, Aug 4th: (E)merging Identity and Creative Practice – a creative & critical talk with Evan Ifekoya & Raju Rage

Between Urgency and Abstraction Conference (Goldsmiths University) – London, 25 Jul 2014

Performative Presentation: In Conversation with Collective Creativity: reflections on radical creativity and space. With Evan Ifekoya and Raisa Kabir

 

Residencies/programmes:

Holding Space Mar 2017-2018

Shona Residency Scotland May 2017

WysingArts Residency Mar-May 2017

Rainbow Tribe, DIY, Jul- Sept 2016

Study Week with Jesse Darling, Wysling June 2016

Bringing In the Directions Residency Manchester 19 September 2015

DIY Spaces Of Radical Agency Residency 10 Aug 2015

Visual Activisms Residency Berlin July 2015

Guest Projects – London, 15-21 Sept 2014

QTIPOC Arts Group Residency

 

Workshops:

Tate Families 8-14 Performing Bodies Workshop Jan-Mar 2017   

Institute of Anything, CSM, Cubitt Dec 2016

Disordered and Reconsidered, Site, Body & the Un/Archive, 198 Contemporary Arts, Jun 2016

Politics of the Art School at Nottingham Contemporary  Apr 29/30 2015

workshop and panel with Collective Creativity artists Raisa Kabir, Rudy Loewe and Evan Ifekoya

nGbK – Berlin, Aug 4th: As part of What is Queer Today Is Not Queer Tomorrow’, (e)merging Identities Workshop with Evan Ifekoya & Raju Rage

Kara Walker Exhibition and Make and Do sessions – Camden Arts Centre, Nov 2014

Family Guide and Poster and family workshops to engage with exhibition.

Young History Workshop with University College London – London, 2010

Artist, facilitator and workshops. Historian and visual artist collaboration.

Body Image and Identity Photography Workshops as Self Empowerment for Non-Conforming Bodies

Ladyfest – Berlin 2008

Get Bent Manchester 2007

Transfabulous London 2007

 

Projects:

Dysphoria Zine – member

Cutiebpoc Festival Berlin July 2015, organiser and programmer

All About Us Cutiepoc Soap Production – Berlin, 2013

Collective QTIPOC web soap film project.: Acting/Organising/ Costume and Make up.

D’Artagnan and the Three Muscle Queers political cabaret performance troupe

Performed at Queer festivals in Serbia, Germany, Copenhagen and London 2007- 2008

Exploring issues around race/ism, gender, sexuality and the body.

 

Art Collective:

Politics of the Art School at Nottingham Contemporary  Apr 29/30 2015

workshop and panel with Collective Creativity artists Raisa Kabir, Rudy Loewe and Evan Ifekoya

GLITCH Film Festival – 21-29 Mar 2015 Glasgow Scotland

Discussion Session – Navigating QTIPoC Emerging Practices: In Conversation with Collective Creativity. 5-7pm 22nd Mar

Collective Creativity: critical reflections of QTIPOC creative practice

Workshops:

Jan 2016 Art & Language project: Re-Mapping The Canon, at Tate Britain, Rudy Loewe, Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

Apr 2015 Politics of the Arts School workshop at Nottingham Contemporary Gallery Rudy Loewe, Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

Aug 2014, (e)merging identities creative workshop and artists talk with Evan Ifekoya and Raju Rage

Roundtable discussions:

Apr 2016 Performing ‘Professionality’: The Politics of getting Paid, Rudy Loewe, Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

July 2015 Navigating QT*IPOC Creative Practice: a roundtable conversation, CutieBpoc Festival Berlin, Rudy Loewe, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

Jun 2015 Darkmatter at Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths University Rudy Loewe, Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

Mar 2015 Collective Creativity on Tour – GLITCH Film Festival: Navigating QTIPoC Emerging Practices: In Conversation with Collective Creativity

May 2014, Religion- Resistance & Response Raju Rage and Wai

April 2014, Creative Writing and Storytelling and Surviving Academia  facilitated by Olumide Popoola

March 2014, Looking Back// Thinking Forward with Evan Ifekoya and Raju Rage

Feb 2014, Practice What We Preach – Collective

Jan 2014, Thinking through legacy: Redefining the Black Arts movement with Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir and Raju Rage

Dec 2013, Sizzling Smut – QTIPOC and Erotica with Jacq Applebee and Camel Gupta

Nov 2013, Continuing the conversation: Exploring the Legacies of Artists of colour

Oct 2013, ‘Exploring the Legacies of Artists of Colour: What have been our influences as British Afro-Asian Artist’s today?’ with Raisa Kabir and Evan Ifekoya

Aug 2013, Time for some Sci-FI……facilitated by Raju Rage and Evan Ifekoya

Jul 2013, Exploring the work of Contemporary Artists of colour – a visit to Exhibitions at the Tate Modern Gallery

Jul 2013, Reading, Reflecting, Responding facilitated by Evan Ifekoya and Raju Rage

Panels:

Sep 2015 History From Elsewhere Symposium,  “Embodied Genealogies: Marginal histories, uncovered archives and their impact on Black queer consciousness” London Metropolitan Archives, Rudy Loewe, Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

Apr 2015 Politics of the Arts School panel at Nottingham Contemporary Gallery Rudy Loewe, Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

June 2014, Between Urgency and Abstraction at Goldsmiths Uni,  with Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir and Raju Rage

Nov 2014 Navigating Emerging Practices – Iniva Presentation Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

Other events:

Mar 2016 After The Black Arts Movement: Framing The Critical Decade Conference Bristol visit, Rudy Loewe, Evan Ifekoya, Raisa Kabir, Raju Rage

Feb 2015 Making Histories Visible Archive visit 2, UCLan Preston

Sept 2014, Collectivity Collaboration and Coalitions at Guest projects – Collective

April 2014 Making Histories Visible Archive visit 1, UCLan Preston

 

Funding:

Jerwood Artist Bursary 2017

a-n Bursary 2017

Wysing Arts Residency 2017

Ideas Tap Fund Bursary 2014

A-N: Go and See bursary 2015

 

Publications:

Re-mapping the Canon Art and language Resource kit Tate Britain (tbc)

Selfie Citizenship: Inject/ed: Self(ie) Determination edited by Adi Kuntsman 2017

‘Surviving the Art School’ Toolkit Nottingham Contemporary Oct 2016

Trans Anthology India 2015/2016

De-colonise the City Publication Berlin 2017

Decolonising Sexualities Network Publication 2016

Fix My Head Issue 8 Conflict, Family, Ritual 2015

Moving Truth(s) Anthology – Queer and Transgender Desi Writings on Family 2015

We are Losing Inertia by Bingao Wong 2014

Trans Bodies Trans Selves 2014

Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBS) Initiative: Time Travelling Brown Bears: intergenerational interviews with two transmasculine femmes of color on healing justice 2013

Masculine Femininities – a zine about gender and multiplicity 2005-2012

Persistence: A Butch and Femme Anthology: ‘Female Masculinity, Male Femininity, Feminine Masculinity, Masculine Femininity…?’ Prince Jei and MissTer Raju Rage 2013

Chroma – A Queer Literary Magazine: Utopia and The Body Issues 2012

Race Revolt by Humaira Saeed Issues 1, 2 & 3 2006-8

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