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The Otolith Collective

The Otolith Collective is a publicly funded, not-for-profit arts organisation run by Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar of the award-winning artist collective The Otolith Group. The Otolith Collective develops research into lectures, seminars, discussions and screening programmes with a wide range of museums, foundations and private institutions. Recent programmes and exhibitions include Graeme Thomson and Silvia Maglioni: it took forever getting ready to exist (2015) and Mark Fisher and Justin Barton: On Vanishing Land (2013) at The Showroom, A Cinema of Songs and People: The Films of Anand Patwardhan at Tate Modern (2013) and The Militant Image (2011–ongoing).

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    Audio Genres of the Human

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    Event Continental Afrofutures Lecture Two: The Final Scene of Hyenas: A Fable of Fatal Incorporation

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    Event Continental Afrofutures Lecture One: Laingian Science Fiction

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    Exhibition The Chimurenga Library

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    Event sorryyoufeeluncomfortable residency: From Africa to Future

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    Event sorryyoufeelcomfortable: From Africa to Future Study Day

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    Exhibition Graeme Thomson and Silvia Maglioni: it took forever getting ready to exist: UIQ (the unmaking-of)

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    Event Sci-fi futures and the production of subjectivities

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    Event eRikm: ElectroA (musique électroacoustique improvisée)

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    Event UIQ in Love_A Love of UIQ: Between Translation and Transduction

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    Exhibition Mark Fisher and Justin Barton: On Vanishing Land

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    Event Film screening: Erik Moskowitz and Amanda Trager