PASS at La Colonie in Paris Daily Runnings, Friday 15 December

Chimurenga returns to Paris for a 5-day intervention and installation at La Colonie. From December 13 – 17, 2017, we will install a live radio station and a research library, and host talks, screenings and performances that asks Who Killed Kabila?’, as the starting point for an in-depth investigation into power, territory and the creative imagination.


Writers Abdourahman Waberi & Antoine Vumilia Muhindo in conversation. During his 10-year stay in Kinshasa’s central prison (accused to have participated in the murder of Kabila), Vumilia lived on a steady diet of novels by Waberi. They review this period and, generally, prison writings and readings in an African context.


Dominique Malaquais w Julie Peghini and Dieudonné Niangouna explore the role of music in, and the musicality of work of Kongo’s most famous literary son, Sony Labou Tansi

17.00  – 18.30

On the sebene: Composer Franck Biyong in conversation with Ray Lema (composer), Brice Ahounou (anthropologist) and Nadine Fidji (novelist and singer).

18.45 – 20.00

DJ and label manager at Cantos, a Paris-based Congolese music label, Amadou Diallo presents a selection of rumba (live K7 mix).


Live: Sam Tshintu & Academia (band)

Sam Tshintu est un  artiste congolais leader du groupe Quartier Latin pendant 8 ans sous le parrainage du Grand Koffi Olomidé  cette experiance a permit au  groupe de  se forger à la scène notamment grace une grande tournée en Afrique et dans  les plus  grandes salles européennes.

La scène reste aujourd’hui le seul  endroit  ou le groupe   s’exprime le mieux grace a la communion avec le publique nombreux amateur de Rumba et de la bonne musique congolaise .


DJ Bullit: A DJ and vinyl collector based in Paris, Bullit’s sets run the gamut of global black music, from jazz and blues, through funk, disco, motown, and travelling further to include afro-beat, jamaican jams and new and old school hip hop.


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