Reflecting on the Collection.
Nyampeta contrast this communal rhythm with an oppressive rhythm that acts on the individual as a kind of demon. It may be a coincidence that this discussion at documenta in Athens on May 18,the very day that Nyampeta started an artistic residency at the Camden Arts Center in London.
Taking as an example the Kinyarwanda word for generosity — ubuntu — which also means existing and being human, Nyampeta considers what it means to be human and the subtleties that lie within the multiplicity of meanings within words, their origins and the space of contemplation and discussion that can occur with the removal of a fixed state.
For his residency, he will gather a working group to translate excerpts of untranslated Francophone texts from African philosophers and writers, examining the complexities of translations and the shared space and community of practice that can be built amongst those with differing social and political groupings.
One of the topics discussed is how art institutions and events can contribute sustainably to new systems of knowledge production. Here is how Angiama replies: This is a difficult question to answer.
Large-scale projects like documenta are of course opportunities to create a platform where practices can find a confluence but also divergence of thinking. I recognize their power to transmit ideas that might ricochet and create new forms of knowledge that can resonate beyond the site of learning.
In each case, the question of how we live and work together is essential, especially how we allow for our individual rhythms to connect with those of others and the community as a whole.
Please take a moment to peruse the list of participating institutions and the program of activities for the Under the Mango Tree conference held on Julyin Kassel by clicking on the image below: The institution I am referring to is the Johannesburg-based Kelekela!
Library, and the founding member Rangoato Hlasane.
Here you can get a better view of the whole set-up: Rather, we were considering:When Is an A not an A?: Shannon Ebner and Julia Born on A Public Character.
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