“The afterlives of colonialism can still be perceived on the African continent today. Western ideologies permeate everyday life and artistic practice via a ubiquitous westernized Gaze. Which emancipative strategies are African and Afro-diasporic artists pursuing today to bolster their possibilities of expression and to develop new visual languages? What lies beyond the white gaze?”
Artist talk with Yagazie Emezi (photographer) and panel conversation with Sakhile Matlhare (Gallerist) and Eric Otieno Sumba (writer). Introduction and Moderation by Mahret Ifeoma Kupka (curator Museum Angewandte Kunst).