A live embodied performance by Dr. Jason Allen-Paisant incorporating soundscapes recorded in Waterlow Park and live spoken word. He explores the ways in which the sounds of the living world evades temporal categorisation and affects us differently to visual representations. This performance stands as a counterpoint to Allen-Paisant’s commissioned text “Pantemporal Intimacies: For Life Outside of Racialised Time”, which is published in the pamphlet, “An Absolute River”, available on site at LUX and online.
Dr. Jason Allen-Paisant is a writer, poet and Associate Professor of Aesthetic Theory and Decolonial Thought in the School of English at the University of Leeds, where he’s also the Director of the Institute for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies.
Both seating and standing arrangements will be provided for experiencing the performance
This performance is part of Grace Ndiritu – An Absolute River (11 May – 16 Jul 2022), curated by students from the MA Curating Contemporary Art Programme as part of the Graduate Projects 2022, Royal College of Art, in partnership with Renaissance One.