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Soil is History

Sunday 06 March 2016, 10:00 to 11:30

Film programme curated by Louis Henderson and Filipa César

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Weekend Pass: £25 / £20 conc

Day Pass: £13 / £11 conc

Single Event: £6 / £4 conc

  

The three films in this programme by artists Louis Henderson and Filipa César propose that colonialism didn’t vanish but simply went underground, in a bid to own mineral resources. However, as Henderson’s Lettres du Voyant shows, technology has empowered former colonial subjects to seek reparations for gold stolen in the first ‘rush for Africa’, on their own terms.

This event is part of Parallel: ICO Art + Cinema Weekend


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