liquid blackness and the Honors College, GSU, present
Arthur Jafa in Conversation:
Strategies for a black aesthetics
In conjunction with a research project on “black ontology and the love of blackness,” liquid blackness will lead a public conversation with Arthur Jafa, director of the lyrical documentary film Dreams are Colder than Death (2013, 52 min). The film is a meditation on the ontology of blackness and its relationship to life, death, and the concept of the human in the context of the “afterlife of slavery.” It will be screened on April 2 at 8 pm at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, as part of an event titled “Civic Encounters around Black Media and Black Life” for the Annual Conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies. For more information visit liquidblackness.com/arthur-jafa-in-conversation/.