Next stop, South Africa! Looking forward to be part of the 2018 Decolonial AestheSis Creative Laboratory at Rhodes University, together with esteemed colleagues: Sharlene Khan (South African visual artist and scholar), Jon Alpert (American journalist and documentary filmmaker), Fouad Asfour (art writer and editor), Vibha Galhotra (Indian visual artist), Bhekizizwe Peterson (South African literature scholar and screen writer), and myself as the Argentine composer and educator.
The Art on our Mind research group, headed by Dr Sharlene Khan, in the Department of Fine Art, will be holding a Decolonial AestheSis Creative Laboratory between the 8th and 14th July 2018, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Decolonial Turn Funds. The Creative Lab is a series of praxis-based experimental workshops aimed at introducing decolonial aestheSis theory, innovative practitioners and experimental process-based methodologies, in order to stimulate creativities.
The Decolonial AestheSis Creative Lab is funded by the Andrew Mellon Decolonial Turn Fund.