COMING SOON - - - MAY 2021: MY KARITSYE BY ERIC ‘1KEY’ NGANGARE ---  JUNE 2021: IZIBONGO BY PRINCESS ZINZI MHLONGO --- JULY 2021: Dúna Dúrà (The Negotiation) BY JUMOKE SANWO - - - AUGUST 2021: ART BLOOMS IN UNCERTAINTY BY OMNIA SHAWKAT - - - OCTOBER 2021: NEW ORDER FUTURE(S) 0F SPECULATIVE/ ARCHIVES BY ALI AL-ADAWY - - - NOVEMBER 2021: YASMIN BY ZOUBIDA MSEFFER










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                                                                                            IS THERE A BIRD THAT STOPS FLYING?
                                                                                            Rania Atef (Egypt)

                                                                                       





CONVERSATIONS WITH NEIGHBOURS EP.2:
ART IN TIMES OF CRISIS
Bongani Kona (Zimbabwe/ South Africa) in conversation with
Princess Zinzi Mhlongo (South Africa), Eric ‘1 Key’ Ngangare (Rwanda) and Omnia Abbas Shawkat (Sudan)



               


Menna Agha (Egypt)
Fiston Mwanza Mujila (Democratic Republic of Congo)
Hedley Twidle (South Africa)
Kuukuwa Manful (Ghana)




CONVERSATIONS WITH NEIGHBOURS EP.4:
WHAT REMAINS OF THE POLITICAL AND CULTURAL IDEAS THAT
IMAGINED THE AFRICAN CONTINENT AS THE
'UTOPIA OF A BORDERLESS WORLD'?

Kuukuwa Manful (Ghana)
Emmanuel Iduma (Nigeria)
Sara Salem (Egypt)


                                       

Thandi Loewenson (Zimbabwe)
Ilze Wolff (South Africa)
Victor Gama (Angola)



Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor (Kenya)
Halima Ali (Zanzibar)
Meghna Singh (India)



Omar Berrada (Morocco)
Moshood Mahmood Jimba (Nigeria)
Amino Belyamani (Morocco)













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