In the final broadcast, we discuss methods of recovering, curating, re-presenting and conserving black collective and fugitive practice. With Uhuru Phalafala, Sinazo Mtshemla, Lerato Kuzwayo, Kgomotso Ramushu.
Dr Uhuru Phalafala is a scholar, an artist and lecturer at the University of Stellenbosch. She is author of the upcoming monograph on Keorapetse Kgositsile titled Black Radical Traditions from the South: Keorapetse Kgositsile and the Black Arts Movement. She heads a project that repatriates and republishes apartheid-era cultural production.
Sinazo Mtshemla is a doctoral candidate in the History Department at the University of Fort Harre. Her work explores ways of the examining the archive with sound as a mode of writing history.
Lerato Kuzwayo is the co-founder of the Capital Arts Revolution, an organisation whose stated aim is “to make arts available to people from all walks of life”.
Kgomotso Ramushu is a writer, researcher, media strategist, project co-ordinator and the Artistic Director at Swart Gevaar Productions