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Saturday, June 20 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Radical Storytelling: A Beginning without End

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"Blackness is a nomadic aesthetic. You're constantly moving without a sense of security or space." - artist Kehinde Wiley. In this experiential multimedia workshop we will explore movement, memory, and space through radical storytelling. With a short film and an interactive puzzle, we will challenge notions of linear time and chronological in order to connect to an intuitive power intrinsic to the Black experience, and its potential for movement, improvisation, and creativity.


Ladin Awad

Ladin Awad is a Sudanese artist and filmmaker based in New York City. She is currently attending the New School, and is more recently exploring what it is to be Sudanese-American and exist in the hyphen. Ladin is currently working on a series of podcasts that explore East African identity.

Selam Bekele

Selam Films
Selam Bekele is a visual artist and experimental filmmaker from Ethiopia. She holds a B.A. in Film from UC Davis and creates work that breaks through memory, space, and linear time to encourage movement and healing. Selam's work has recently been featured at the Afrofuturist Affair in Philadelphia.

Saturday June 20, 2015 11:00am - 12:30pm
DeRoy Auditorium: Room 146