Identity

In November 2015, Tate Collective Liverpool collaborated with Barby Asante and sorryyoufeeluncomfortable collective for a weekend project exploring identity and politics through art, writing and performance in response to the Glenn Ligon: Encounters and Collision exhibition at Tate Liverpool.

Barby Asante and sorryyoufeeluncomfortable collective introduced the film, Baldwin’s Nigger by Horace Ove, and urged workshop participants to rework the script in order to address current issues today. In parallel to this, Tate Collective Liverpool’s member, Sufea, invited the workshop participants to create political projections and posters through printmaking.

Here are some highlights from the weekend.

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