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Saturday, June 8, from 3 pm

Panel Discussions
Accompanying the exhibition Avant-Garde and Liberation

Panel Discussions | Avant-Garde and Liberation

As part of the exhibition Avant-Garde and Liberation. Contemporary Art and Decolonial Modernism, two panel discussions with artists from the exhibition will take place at the mumok on Saturday, June 8. Both panel discussions will be held in English.


Program on June 8, 2024

Panel 1
The Crisis and the Avant-Garde

3 pm – 4.30 pm, mumok Lounge


At the center of this conversation is the question of the topicality of decolonial modernism in our times, in which racism, nationalism, and neo-colonialism loom large. How do we understand the crises that make recourse to the avant-garde necessary? What potentials for liberation lie in these artistic ways of return?

With Atul Dodiya, Patricia Kaersenhout, Leslie Hewitt, and Moffat Takadiwa


Panel 2
How to Connect?

5 pm – 6.30 pm, mumok Lounge

What means and methods are used to connect with artistic ancestors and the spirit(s) of liberation? This panel revolves around questions of temporality and techniques of connecting the present, the past, and a possible better future.

With william cordova, Iman Issa, Janine Jembere, and Fahamu Pecou



Both Panels will be held in English.
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patricia kaersenhout Still from: Le retour des femmes colibris, 2022

patricia kaersenhout
Still from: Le retour des femmes colibris, 2022
courtesy patricia kaersenhout © patricia kaersenhout


Iman Issa Self-Portrait (Self as Ananda K. Coomaraswamy), 2022

Iman Issa
Self-Portrait (Self as Ananda K. Coomaraswamy), 2022
Photo: Trevor Good, Courtesy Iman Issa und Rodeo, London / Piraeus