Young artists and activists come together to reflect and respond to the Black Lives Matter movement.
We Will Still Breathe is an online event of film and performance, debate and discussion curated by Battersea Arts Centre, Alfred George Bailey and Tunde Adefioye, as we navigate ways to acknowledge, transform and move forward.
The event will open with a panel discussion, chaired by Tunde Adefioye and featuring Jaamil Olawale Kosoko (US/American Chameleon), Aminata Ndow, Mohamed Barrie (Black History Month Belgium) and Dulcie Usher (The Agency).
Please note this discussion may contain conversation topics that people may find distressing.
There will be a screening of Alfred George Bailey’s film I Still Breathe, which voices the experiences of young people followed by a directors Q&A.
We will then lead on to a series of activations by members of The Agency. Experience Black Girl Joy through Danielle Honger’s UnRestricted LDN, Prince Agyei’s album launch which unites each of the wards in his home of Wandsworth; and Undefined Fluidity‘s discussions around the Black Trans experience.
A Collaboration between Alfred George Bailey & The Agency, co-curated by Tunde Adefioye.
#WeWillStillBreathe was part of our Make/Love Season #MakeLove2020