Dispossessed Notes on Dirty Work
A lazy person's strategies for ordinary shape-shifters
This talk looks, feels and listens through the lens of science-fiction, music, static and poetry to the ways we can be in the wake and work towards the urgent project of simultaneously interrogating systems of dispossessions and negation and actively listen to colonized, marginalized and repressed subjects in the archive of the everyday? What does it mean to be sent by histories? Together, we listen through the ways existing in minor keys has brought forward radical and rascal thoughts, practices, movements and riots.
This lecture will be broadcasted live via sonsbeek20→24’s Parasite Radio.
Amal Alhaag (1983) is an Amsterdam-based independent curator, dj, and researcher who develops ongoing experimental and collaborative research practice, public programs, and projects on global spatial politics, archives, colonialism, counter-culture, oral histories, and popular culture. Her projects and collaborations with people, initiatives, and institutions invite, stage, question, and play with “uncomfortable” issues that riddle, rewrite, remix, share, and compose narratives in impermanent settings.
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