This site is a response to the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

While the pandemic has meant that we have had to shift a majority of our operations online, we are continuing to think and act in line with a redistributive and decolonial ethos.

Community

Autonomous Groups
Resource List

Programme

What’s Ahead, What’s Known
Free School
Fi Dem III
Bothy Project Residencies

The sudden absence of material social space has meant that we’ve had to rethink the ways we can support the mutual dependencies that allow us to learn, grow, operate and cohabitate. We undertand the arts to be a site in which social discourse and criticism can be encouraged to this effect and wish to continue those efforts here.

On this site you can find our more about the groups we work with, what they’re up to, as well as ways to support and to be supported by them. There’s also a list of funding resources that have been available in response to COVID-19, access to materials from our digital programme and a space to watch our live streamed events.

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Residency Mentors

LUBAINA HIMID

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INGRID POLLARD

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ALBERTA WHITTLE

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AJAMU X

Ajamu is a darkroom/fine art photographer, archivist and radical sex activist with over 25 years of experience of exhibiting in museums, galleries and alternative spaces worldwide.

His work includes portraits/self-portraits, which unapologetically celebrate black queer bodies, the erotic and pleasure activism.
Upcoming exhibition : Archival Sensoria at Cubitt Gallery in London