Late Opening of Jerwood Collaborate!
For Jerwood Lates we open our doors for an evening viewing of the current exhibition Jerwood Collaborate!, giving you the chance to drop in and enjoy our exhibition out of hours.
Jerwood Lates: Towards a Black Testimony with Languid Hands
Languid Hands present an intimate, drop-in programme of performance, discussion, listening and reading responding to their work Towards a Black Testimony: Prayer, Protest, Peace commissioned for Jerwood Collaborate!.
Full timings and programme will be published in October.
This event is free and drop in, register your interest in attending by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
Languid Hands is a London-based artistic and curatorial collaboration between DJ, filmmaker and programmer Rabz Lansiquot, and writer, facilitator and live art practitioner Imani Robinson. They began collaborating together in 2015, through their work with the collective sorryyoufeeluncomfortable (SYFU), informed by ongoing explorations in black and queer studies, black creative practice, black liberatory praxis and queer methodologies. SYFU projects included a British Council funded research trip to Kenya to begin building relationships with queer Kenyan artists to develop an exchange residency; co-curating the BBZBLKBK Alternative Graduate Show 2018 aimed at promoting work by artists who identify as queer womxn, trans and non-binary people of Black Ancestry at Copeland Gallery, London; and curating (BUT) WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT WHITE SUPREMACY?, a group exhibition at Many Studios as part of Glasgow International Festival 2018. Languid Hands are currently in residence at Raven Row, London, UK and are curating two projects this season: Towards a Black Testimony: Prayer, Protest, Peace at Stroom, Den Haag, NL, and away, completely, a group show at Narrative Projects, London, UK.
About Jerwood Lates
Jerwood Lates is a series of free late viewings of the exhibitions at Jerwood Arts, taking place on the last Friday of every month. It coincides with Uniqlo Tate Lates, Tate Modern’s late opening, a short walk away from Jerwood Arts, which runs from 6-10pm.