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Wandering / WILDING: Blackness on the Internet (2016). Installation view. Courtesy E.Jane, Evan Ifekoya, Tabita Rezaire + IMT Gallery, London
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Wandering / WILDING: Blackness on the Internet (2016). Installation view. Courtesy E.Jane, Tabita Rezaire + IMT Gallery, London
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Wandering / WILDING: Blackness on the Internet (2016) Installation view. Courtesy Evan Ifekoya, E.Jane + IMT Gallery, London
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Wandering / WILDING: Blackness on the Internet (2016) Installation view. Courtesy Fannie Sosa, niv Acosta + IMT Gallery, London
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Wandering / WILDING: Blackness on the Internet (2016) Installation view. Courtesy Hannah Black, Evan Ifekoya + IMT Gallery, London
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Devin Kenny, 'Ejovi Run Come Save Me' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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E. Jane, 'Mhysaxebaci-Freakinme' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Evan Ifekoya, 'Cowboy, Native, Other Or, How We Mistook The Map For Territory' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Evan Ifekoya, 'Cowboy, Native, Other' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Evan Ifekoya, 'Cowboy, Native, Other' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Fannie Sosa, 'I Need This In My Life' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Fannie Sosa, 'I Need This In My Life' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Fannie Sosa, 'I Need This In My Life' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Hannah Black, My Bodies' (2014) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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niv Acosta, 'Clapback' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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niv Acosta, 'Clapback' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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niv Acosta, 'Clapback' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Tabita Rezaire, 'Sugar Walls Teardom (Homage To Dark Labia)' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London
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Tabita Rezaire, 'Sugar Walls Teardom (Homage To Dark Labia)' (2016) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London

Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet (2016) Exhibition Photos

, 6 December 2016

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition at London’s IMT Gallery opened on November 4 and is running until December 11. 

Curated by Legacy Russell, the show mobilises “an exploration of race via the material of the Internet” featuring work by niv Acosta, Hannah Black, Evan Ifekoya, E. Jane, Devin Kenny, Tabita Rezaire and Fannie Sosa

Moving beyond the installation at IMT,  the project organized a number of public programmes including the upcoming Culture Now: Evan in Conversation with Ain Bailey at the ICA on December 9.

A panel discussion of Technology Now: Blackness on the Internet at the ICA moderated by Russell in conversation with Rizvanna Bradley, Taylor Le Melle and Derica Shields was held on November 16 as well as niv Acosta’s Clapback performance at IMT on December 1.**

Fannie Sosa, 'I Need This In My Life' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.
Fannie Sosa, ‘I Need This In My Life’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.

 

Exhibition photos top right.

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition is on at London’s IMT Gallery running from November 4 December 11, 2016. 

 

Stewart Uoo brings cult event It’s Get Better to London for a night of POC, queer, feminist + radical perspectives at ICA, Sep 15

13 September 2017

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition at London’s IMT Gallery opened on November 4 and is running until December 11. 

Curated by Legacy Russell, the show mobilises “an exploration of race via the material of the Internet” featuring work by niv Acosta, Hannah Black, Evan Ifekoya, E. Jane, Devin Kenny, Tabita Rezaire and Fannie Sosa

Moving beyond the installation at IMT,  the project organized a number of public programmes including the upcoming Culture Now: Evan in Conversation with Ain Bailey at the ICA on December 9.

A panel discussion of Technology Now: Blackness on the Internet at the ICA moderated by Russell in conversation with Rizvanna Bradley, Taylor Le Melle and Derica Shields was held on November 16 as well as niv Acosta’s Clapback performance at IMT on December 1.**

Fannie Sosa, 'I Need This In My Life' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.
Fannie Sosa, ‘I Need This In My Life’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.

 

Exhibition photos top right.

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition is on at London’s IMT Gallery running from November 4 December 11, 2016. 

 
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Geographically-scattered media collective Quantum Natives present Brood Ma, Dane Law, Yearning Kru + others at ICA, Aug 20

15 August 2017

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition at London’s IMT Gallery opened on November 4 and is running until December 11. 

Curated by Legacy Russell, the show mobilises “an exploration of race via the material of the Internet” featuring work by niv Acosta, Hannah Black, Evan Ifekoya, E. Jane, Devin Kenny, Tabita Rezaire and Fannie Sosa

Moving beyond the installation at IMT,  the project organized a number of public programmes including the upcoming Culture Now: Evan in Conversation with Ain Bailey at the ICA on December 9.

A panel discussion of Technology Now: Blackness on the Internet at the ICA moderated by Russell in conversation with Rizvanna Bradley, Taylor Le Melle and Derica Shields was held on November 16 as well as niv Acosta’s Clapback performance at IMT on December 1.**

Fannie Sosa, 'I Need This In My Life' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.
Fannie Sosa, ‘I Need This In My Life’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.

 

Exhibition photos top right.

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition is on at London’s IMT Gallery running from November 4 December 11, 2016. 

 
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Make it odder. Workshops + performances in experimental music patterns with EAVI at ICA, Aug 6

3 August 2017

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition at London’s IMT Gallery opened on November 4 and is running until December 11. 

Curated by Legacy Russell, the show mobilises “an exploration of race via the material of the Internet” featuring work by niv Acosta, Hannah Black, Evan Ifekoya, E. Jane, Devin Kenny, Tabita Rezaire and Fannie Sosa

Moving beyond the installation at IMT,  the project organized a number of public programmes including the upcoming Culture Now: Evan in Conversation with Ain Bailey at the ICA on December 9.

A panel discussion of Technology Now: Blackness on the Internet at the ICA moderated by Russell in conversation with Rizvanna Bradley, Taylor Le Melle and Derica Shields was held on November 16 as well as niv Acosta’s Clapback performance at IMT on December 1.**

Fannie Sosa, 'I Need This In My Life' (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.
Fannie Sosa, ‘I Need This In My Life’ (2016). Installation view. Courtesy the artist + IMT Gallery, London.

 

Exhibition photos top right.

The Wandering/Wilding: Blackness on the Internet group exhibition is on at London’s IMT Gallery running from November 4 December 11, 2016. 

 
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