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posted on 2024-06-05, 13:52 authored by Louisa MinkinLouisa Minkin, Esi Eshun, Lennon Mhishi, Ian Dawson

OST zine is documentation of the Prisoners of Love: Affect, Containment and Alternative Futures project residency at the temporary OPENing Space in Angel Court, Bank, London in August and September 2023.

Artists and writers represented in the zine are:

THOMAS ALLISON, RIHANATA BIGEY, DAWN CODEX, IAN DAWSON, ESI ESHUN, DARBY HERMAN, JOSEPH IJOYEMI, COMPOUND 13 LAB, MAME AFUA MENSAH, LENNON MHISHI, LOUISA MINKIN, RABIYA NAGI, ADANMA NWANKWO, CHARLES NYIHA, DESERAE TAILFEATHERS

The zine contains an essay by Esi Eshun: The Quiet Object and a reflection by Lennon Mhishi: In defense of dreams. Each artist has contributed thoughts on their work in progress and there are some thoughts on the project methodology by Louisa Minkin and Ian Dawson.


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AHRC GCRF Imagining Futures: Open Call Phase 2

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