QUEER AFRICA, part of CONTEMPORARY AFRICA ON SCREEN at the South London Gallery
Friday 29 July 2011, 7-9pm, Free
South London Gallery
65 Peckham Road
London SE5 8UH
Nigerian photographer Andrew Esiebo presents an incisive, searing, and eminently watchable portrait of young queer Africans living in Europe, in his multimedia work Living Queer African (5’25, Paris, 2007). Documentary Difficult Love (South Africa, 2010) presents intimate stories from the black lesbian community in South Africa through the celebrated photography of visual activist, Zanele Muholi. The screening is curated by Jennifer Bajorek, Goldsmiths, University of London and introduced by Natasha Bissonauth, Cornell University.
This event is the final screening in CONTEMPORARY AFRICA ON SCREEN, curated by Jennifer Bajorek, Goldsmiths, University of London, and the South London Gallery in partnership with Juma Bah, Community Action Southwark
Supported by the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange / Goldsmiths, University of London / Community Action Southwark / Arts Council England / Southwark Council