Rabz Lansiquot, where did we land

Wed 2 Oct 2019 / 3.30pm

CCA Theatre, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
Tickets £0–7, booking via CCA
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Part of the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, London-based curator and artist Rabz Lansiquot screens their new moving image essay where did we land, an ongoing experiment interrogating the effect of images of anti-black violence produced and reproduced in film and media, and parts 1 and 2 of artist Zinzi Minott’s Fi Dem Series, a continued investigation into Blackness and Diaspora made annually on the anniversary of the Empire Windrush docking in the UK on June 22nd 1948.

The screening will be followed by a discussion with Rabz Lansiquot about their research on moving beyond representation and towards liberation in Black film, and how queerness informs their approach.

Lansiquot is LUX Resident Curator for 2019

Image: Three black people with dreadlocks, all of their faces partically cut off by the framing in a black and white image. Courtesy of Rabz Lansiquot

About the artists

Rabz Lansiquot

Rabz Lansiquot is a filmmaker, curator, and DJ. She is a leading member of sorryyoufeeluncomfortable (SYFU) collective, a London-based collective that creates intentional spaces for deep study, conversation and multi-disciplinary art-making that relates to race and liberatory politics. With SYFU she has produced public programming in a number of contexts including curated screenings, collective readings, performances, workshops and discussions, and co-curated the exhibitions (BUT) WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT WHITE SUPREMACY? and the BBZBLKBK: Alternative Graduate Show for Black queer & trans artists. Her audio-visual work and film theory writing is informed by Black liberatory thought, Black queer studies, and lived experience, seeking to move beyond representation, to liberation in the realm of the moving image.