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The Otolith Group: Infinity Minus Infinity

Online Lecture21 January 2021, 19:00online
The Otolith Group, INFINITY Minus Infinity, 2019, film still, photo: Courtesy and copyright the artists.The Otolith Group, INFINITY Minus Infinity, 2019, film still, photo: Courtesy and copyright the artists.

In this online discussion The Otolith Group will discuss their work INFINITY Minus Infinity (2019). The film confronts the compounded timelines of the afterlife of slavery enacted by British imperial capitalism with the forces and the fictions of 21st Century black feminist digital cosmology. INFINITY Minus Infinity draws on several inspirations: the modernist verse of the Jamaican poet Una Marson, the alluvial invocations of the Martinican philosopher and poet Édouard Glissant, the black feminist poetics of the Brazilian philosopher Denise Ferreira da Silva, and the racial formation of geology theorised by British geographer Kathryn Yusoff amongst others in order to envision a black feminist cosmos animated by the principles of mathematical nihilism.

The Otolith Group was founded in 2002 and consists of Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun who live and work in London. During their collaboration The Otolith Group has drawn from a wide range of resources and materials; their research-based work spans moving image, audio, performance, installation, and curation. The Otolith Group incorporates film making and post-lens-based essayistic aesthetics that explore the temporal anomalies, anthropic inversions, and synthetic alienation of the posthuman, the inhuman, the non-human, and the complexity of the environmental conditions of life.

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The lecture will be held in English language.