W.E.B. Du Bois Lectures: Rebecca Racine Ramershoven

Di25Mai18:30Di20:00W.E.B. Du Bois Lectures: Rebecca Racine RamershovenWatch Us: On the structural misrepresentation of the Black Body and the possibilities of resistance and liberation in the artsVeranstaltungsartVortrag


Please register for this online-event: evangelia.kindinger@hu-berlin.de

[After your registration, you will receive the password to watch How much time do you want? on vimeo.]

Many facets and multilayered experiences, in all their simultaneity and complexity, are part of the Black Identity. I examine one aspect of this complexity in regard to representation and selfidentification in the works How much time do you want? (video, 21 min) and Resilience (photographs). In my talk I would like to present these two works, discuss their mutual effects and share the questions and challenges that accompany during the process of creation.

Bio: Rebecca Racine Ramershoven is currently graduating with a Master’s degree in Photography Studies & Practice at Folkwang University of the Arts Essen. Her artistic interests focus on the artistic exploration and examination of socio- cultural themes and issues. Since 2014, her photographic work has been shown in national and international solo and group exhibitions. Most recently, Rebecca Racine Ramershoven participated in the 13th Conference of the Collegium for African American Research in Orlando/Florida (USA) and the Athens Photo Festival 2020 at the Benaki Museum in Athens/Greece. Her work How much time do you want? and Resilience is currently on exhibit at the Folkwang Museum Essen/Germany.

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25. Mai 2021 18:30 - 20:00(GMT+02:00)

HU Berlin

Unter den Linden 6

HU Berlin