This week, from Yaoundé, Elsa M’Bala continues her new musical compositions in conversation with the poetry of Christopher Okigbo. In Paris, Mathieu Gillot reads an extract from Ali Mazrui’s The Trial Of Christopher Okigbo, translated weekly for this occasion; and linguist Myriam Suchet introduces heterolinguism, during the Study Day at CAC Bretigny on 4th February 2017.
In New York, Lewis Gordon suggests the idea of postmodern fascism as the condition of our present. This is an extract from a discussion of 22nd February 2017, held during Burning Issues in African Philosophy, an ongoing programme hosted at Columbia University. The speakers include Drucilla Cornell, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Jane Gordon, Lewis Gordon and Olufemi Taiwo.
- Vocales 04.02—23.04.17 (Exhibitions)