One in the Other
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A screening of new and recent films by British/Kenyan artist Grace Ndiritu continues our One in the Other programme, a public (and at times private) ever-evolving space for film, performance, music, poetry, self-defense, singing, resting and pausing. One in the Other takes over Camden Art Centre’s Gallery 3 space for the next four months, taking as its starting point the work of exhibiting artists, Phoebe Collings-James, Adam Farah and Zeinab Saleh, as well as broadening out to introduce new ways of working communally and collaboratively.
Participating artists include: Black Obsidian Sound System (B.O.S.S.), Deniz Ünal, Ebun Sodipo, Chloe Filani, Dele Adeyemo, Onyeka Igwe, Cõvco and Mudbelly Teaches, with Phoebe Collings-James and Bisila Noha.
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A selection of films by Grace Ndiritu
Saturday September 18 (during gallery hours)
A one-off screening of a selection of Grace Ndiritu’s key works: Black Beauty (2021); Raiders of the Lost Ark (2015); and The Black Video Anthology: The Origins of Dance Music (2006). Ndiritu works at the intersection of film and performance and her practice has largely been concerned with the transformation of our contemporary world.
Generously supported by the National Lottery via Arts Council England.
Films provided by LUX Moving Image.
Image credit: Grace Ndiritu, Black Beauty (2021). Courtesy of the artist and LUX.
Grace Ndiritu is a British-Kenyan artist whose artworks are concerned with the transformation of our contemporary world. Her archive of over forty ‘hand-crafted’ videos; experimental photography, Post-Hippie Pop-Abstraction collages and shamanic performances have been widely exhibited. Recent solo performances and screenings include Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris (2021), S.M.A.K. & M.S.K., Belgium (2019), Africa Museum, Tervuren, Belgium (2019), Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona (2017), Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, Paris (2016) and Glasgow School of Art (2015).