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Archives: Onyeka Igwe

EXHIBITION: CORRECTIONS

CORRECTIONS is a new project by Onyeka Igwe (UK) and Aliya Pabani (CANADA), produced for the 31st edition of Images Festival.

  

06 – 28 April, 2018Onyeka Igwe and Aliya Pabani

Co-presented by Images FestivalOpening Reception: Friday, April 6, 5-7 PM

The Central East Correctional Centre located in Lindsay, Ontario, administers restrictions on  materials that can be sent to detainees including …

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SHOWINGS: SciFi Research Series – April events

SHOWINGS is a series of material-discursive events where invited artists, filmmakers, science fiction writers, and future-casters reconfigure our relationships to technologies through a science fiction lens. Inspired by the practices of sci-fi feminisms, afrofuturist storytelling, and science and technology studies, the series experiments with human and posthuman approaches to an ethics of encounter that open up collective knowledges entangled in the past, present and future, …

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SHOWINGS: SciFi Research Series – April events

SHOWINGS is a series of material-discursive events where invited artists, filmmakers, science fiction writers, and future-casters reconfigure our relationships to technologies through a science fiction lens. Inspired by the practices of sci-fi feminisms, afrofuturist storytelling, and science and technology studies, the series experiments with human and posthuman approaches to an ethics of encounter that open up collective knowledges entangled in the past, present and future, …

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Dance of Communal Inquiry

Dance of Communal Inquiry
Workshop by Onyeka Igwe
Location: 8-Eleven, 233 Spadina Ave.
Date: April 22, 2015, 8PM

If we were to approach vibe as a technology of communal production, what is its interface? 

In dancing together we construct a vibe. The vibe is “an active communal force, a feeling, a rhythm that is created by the mix of dancers, the balance of loud music, the effects of darkness and …

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