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Cinema and the Anticolonial Liberation Struggles 3

Monangambée (1968) dir. Sarah Maldoror

Cinema and the Anticolonial Liberation Struggles 3

Foreword to Guns for Banta (2011) dir. Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc

Events - Film

Cinema and the Anticolonial Liberation Struggles

Triple Screening and Panel Discussion

20 Sep 2018


Cinema and the Anticolonial Liberation Struggles is a series of screenings and talks that explore the political projects of anticolonial struggles and how cinema shapes political events. The series focuses on African liberation movements, solidarities across borders in America and Asia, and how the future of liberation movements were imagined during the Cold War. 
This programme is co-curated with Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc.
Join us for three screenings followed by a panel discussion with Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Elvira Dyangani Ose and Annouchka de Andrade.
Monangambée (1968) dir. Sarah Maldoror
Foreword to Guns for Banta (2011) dir. Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc
Ça va ça va, on continue (2012) dir. Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc
Free. Booking required
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Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc was born in 1977 in Paris (French Guyana) Lives in Metz, France. Through a multi-faceted approach that encompasses his activities as an artist, researcher, curator and film programmer, Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc attempts to explore areas that have been neglected by colonial and post-colonial history.
The absence, obsession and representation of violence are just some of the topics explored in the work of this artist who proceeds by extraction and excavation, and works towards re-inscribing, in our collective history, individuals and cultural materials that have been silenced.
Upcoming solo exhibitions include: Concerning Solitude, Fundación Jumex, Mexico; Vieux-Wacapou, Kunstforum Baloise, Basel and Palace of the Peacock, Musée départemental d’art contemporain de Rochechouart. 
His most recent solo exhibitions are: Maintenir la distance, Guyane Art Factory, Cayenne; Mefloquine Dreams, MMK, Frankfurt, (2016); Chimen Chyen, Paris (2015); Songs for a Mad King, Kunsthalle Basel (2013). His recent group shows include Stories of Almost Everyone, Hammer Museum (2018), Jiwa, Jakarta Biennale (2017), 56th Venice Biennale -  International exhibition, IT, All the world's futures (cur. Okwui Enwezor) (2015).
He is represented by Marcelle Alix in Paris.