Audio from the fifth lecture in the Object Positions public lecture series.
Listen to multimedia artist niv Acosta examine how spaces to imagine and spaces to rest are also radical spaces. His new multi-media projects, all devised in collaboration with Black artists, are propositions for how reparative economies can better hold communities of color: Black Power Naps, Choir of the Slain, Baby! Love Your Body! and a written report on decentralizing capitalism.
Followed by a conversation with madison moore.
This is the fifth lecture in the Object Positions lecture series led by curatorial fellow Teresa Cisneros. Object Positions is a year long programme of conversations, workshops, research and events exploring decolonial processes, colonial administrations and cultural equity.