This film screens for 48 hours, from 26-28 January
Drawing from dance, performance, music, recital, and digital animation, INFINITY Minus Infinity looks at the entanglements of climate and racism in the creation of The Commonwealth, the 1948 British Nationality Act, and the unstable and ambient fear that constitutes citizenship in the UK today.
The film continues The Otolith Group’s (Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar) exploration of the conditions of post-human life, harnessing the forces and the fictions of 21st Century black feminist digital cosmology, and the black feminist poetics of the Brazilian philosopher Denise Ferreira da Silva to interrogate the past, present and future of Britain’s “hostile environment”.
Presented in partnership with UNESCO – Refugee Integration Through Language and the Arts
- The Otolith Group – INFINITY minus Infinity – artist synopsis
- Denise Ferreira da Silva e-flux essay, 1 (life) ÷ 0 (blackness) = ∞ −
Image credit: Courtesy of The Otolith Group and LUX, London.
The film programme is available for individual rental (£5 full price / £3 concessions), or as a Festival Pass bundle containing all the films included in the programme (£15 full price / £10 concessions). A full breakdown of ticketing and access can be viewed here.
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