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If the city in the 19th and 20th centuries was a nexus of transformation, a fulcrum of modernity, within the African diaspora, what does rethinking and reimaging the city create for future urban denizens? What new kinds of urbanity and radical imaginaries become possible? This discussion between architects, urbanists, curators and art historians will consider how art, architecture, literature, and film have imagined the places and spaces of an Afro-future city.
Watch the discussion below:
Paul Goodwin, UAL Chair of Black Art and Design, University of the Arts London, Chelsea College of Arts
Kellie Jones, Columbia Art History and Archaeology
In conversation with Mabel Wilson and Mpho Matsipa, Columbia GSAPP