VisCult’s Dr Ayesha Hameed has a number of events coming up over the next few months.
Hameed is currently showing work at Konsthall C in Stockholm as part of the exhibition “Precarious Terrains and Entangled Situations”. The exhibition considers “the colonization of nature, showing the necropolitical machine of ecocide on one side and, indistinction, new forms of resistance inspired by, and linked to, indigenous cultures that see themselves as part of an ecological continuum.” Visit the Konsthall C website for more information. This exhibition is on until 18th June 2018.
On 10th May, Hameed will be in conversation with Imran Perretta to discuss the latter’s work ’15 Days’ (pictured) at Jerwood Visual Arts Space. For more information, visit the Facebook page. You can book a ticket to this event via Eventbrite here.
From 25th May to 7th July 2018 at The Show Room, Hameed will be showing a collaborative work as part of the exhibition Working Practices. Together with Hamedine Kane and Tejswini Sonawane, Hameed maps “the distance between the shores of Dakar and the Caribbean imagining the poetry of the African slaves and the Indian indentured labourers who sailed across the Atlantic.”