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ICA: Black Quantum Futurism take over ICA for two weeks

August sees the ICA present Temporal Deprogramming, a two-week programme from Philadelphia-based interdisciplinary artists Black Quantum Futurism, including a new installation and an accompanying live programme.

Other highlights include a series of scholarly presentations and a performance to coincide with the end of I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Kathy Acker, and the opening of Freedom and Friendship, an exhibition exploring voice, political expression and notions of home.

Black Quantum Futurism: Temporal Deprogramming

13 – 25 August

Black Quantum Futurism’s practice is centred on a radical artistic methodology inspired by #Afrofuturism, Afrodiasporan traditions of consciousness, and quantum physics.

Over the course of two weeks, Black Quantum Futurism present a new installation and an accompanying live programme of music, performance, spoken word, talks and workshops.

Tuesday 13 August, 6:30pm

Grandmother Paradoxes, DIY Time Travel + Quantum Event Mapping

Thursday 15 August, 6:45pm

Black Quantum Futurism × The Otolith Group: Black Chronopolitica

Saturday 17 August, 2:00pm

Black Quantum Futurism × East End Sisters Uncut: Community Futurisms – Gentrification and Temporal-Spatial Warfare

Sunday 18 August, 7:00pm

Nkisi and Moor Mother: New and Old Sounds

Plus more events still to be announced.

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