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13 - Nov - 2020
(Nearby Event: Arts & Theater, Family)
Where:San Jose Museum of Art, 110 South Market Street, San Jose, California, United States, 95113
Indexical presents: Moor Mother—a Philadelphia artist praised as part of "a new generation of visionary black storytellers" (NYTimes)—premieres a new video followed by a discussion of Black Quantum Futurism theory and practice with her collaborator Rasheedah Phillips. Weaving through haunting slave narratives as dystopian allegory, negro spirituals, and Black ritual, Moor Mother's work points to a liberated future through Black Quantum Futurism, a project in partnership with author Rasheedah Phillips. Through a time of ecological and social disaster, she says, "I'm not saying, this is the end, we're all doomed," but rather that "I believe there is another way. So it's about trying to get the audience to understand another way of digesting the truth."

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Black Quantum Futurism is co-organized with T.J. Demos of the Center for Creative Ecologies at UC Santa Cruz as part of the UCSC Mellon-funded Sawyer Seminar's Beyond the End of the World research projectIndexical, and the IAS with the collaboration of The Humanities Institute and Kuumbwa Jazz Center. 

 About the Visualizing Abolition series:

This program is part of a series of virtual talks and events presented in conjunction with the exhibition Barring Freedom, co-organized by SJMA and UC Santa Cruz Institute of the Arts and Sciences (IAS). The online events feature artists, activists, scholars, and others united by their commitment to the vital struggle for prison abolition and are coordinated by the IAS in collaboration with Professor Gina Dent, feminist studies, UC Santa Cru

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