Lisson Gallery

Infinity of Traces talks online: Black Women as Voice and Presence in Visual Art

5 May 2021

Artists Sola Olulode, Jade Montserrat, Emily Moore and Alexandria Smith in discussion around their inclusion in the Lisson Gallery group exhibition, An Infinity of Traces, moderated by Sepake Angiama, Artistic Director of Iniva. 'Black Women as Voice and Presence in Visual Art' was recorded on 30 April 2021 and was the first of a series of three public, online talks.

Please register to join the remaining panels:

Kinship, Connection and Joy as Resistance
14 May, 6pm BST
Ayo Akingbade, Liz Johnson Artur, Liz Gre and Evan Ifekoya in discussion, moderated by Lisa Anderson, founder of British Black Art

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Archive, Memory and the Moving Image
28 May, 6pm BST
John Akomfrah, Ufuoma Essi, Rhea Storr and Alberta Whittle in discussion, moderated by Ekow Eshun, curator of An Infinity of Traces

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Caption: Sola Olulode, Whatever The Weather, I Got You, (detail) 2021. Pastel and charcoal, ink, indigo, pigment on canvas

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