Ephraim Asili‘s Windsor-Detroit film “Fluid Frontiers” is included as part of Black Radical Imagination‘s 2018 touring program FUGITIVE TRAJECTORIES, along with new work by Frances Bodomo, Alima Lee, Jenn Nkiru, Amelia Umuhire, and dana washington.
FUGITIVE TRAJECTORIES has its first screening at The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, March 1, 2018. Program info here: https://www.moca.org/program/screen-black-radical-imagination
Black Radical Imagination is an international touring program of moving image shorts that highlights new stories by filmmakers and visual artists from within the African diaspora. This year’s program, FUGITIVE TRAJECTORIES, meditates on the various ways Black people are tending to our lives despite traumatic histories, both personal and collective, and a troubling present. Black Radical Imagination is cofounded by Erin Christovale and Amir George.
Black Radical Imagination’s 2018 program is curated by Jheanelle Brown and Darol Olu Kae. FUGITIVE TRAJECTORIES at MOCA is part of SCREEN, a quarterly screening series run by Marco Kane Braunschweiler.