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The Lake Before The Sun Was Born: Archive and Spacetime

London, 04.11.21

Chaired by artist and researcher Onyeka Igwe, David Aruquipa Pérez and Grace Dillon will discuss oral history traditions and the roles of the archive and spacetimes in knowledge preservation and advocating for minorities. They will speak on their practices as authors, archivists and activists and expand on research on pre- and post-colonial queerness in Bolivia and beyond and placemaking for and recording of ethnic minorities in the Western and diasporic context. They will expand on strands of speculative fiction emerging from Amaru’s Tongue: Daughter, and touch on world endings both as possible futures and already past events and the importance of science fiction to Indigenous understandings of spacetime and the possibilities of imagining otherwise.

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