After Post-Colonialism: Transnationalism or Essentialism? – Part 1
After Post-Colonialism: Transnationalism or Essentialism? – Part 2
Part 2 of 2 audio recordings from the Tate Modern symposium After Post-Colonialism: Transnationalism or Essentialism?
Artists Zak Ove, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Angela Ferreira discuss their works, followed by a panel discussion including Professor Achille Mbembe and artist Kader Attia.
What are the implications of regional narratives of contemporary art in a global context? Do they reflect a new approach to ‘multiple modernities’ or are they another form of essentialism?
This panel brings together artists, a philosopher and curators to discuss if this approach contradicts the move towards the integration of other histories in the larger narrative of the museum and the art-historical canon.
Part One: Introductions and outline by Gabriela Salgado (Curator of Public Programmes, Tate Modern) and Paul Goodwin (Curator of Cross-Cultural Programmes, Tate Britain)
Part Two: Professor Achille Mbembe
Part Three: Kader Attia
Part Four: Kiluanji Kia Henda
Part Five: A Conversation between Paul Goodwin and Zak Ove
Part Six: Angela Ferreira
Part Seven: Final Discussion with all speakers, Gabriela Salgado and Paul Goodwin