The counter-poetics of rhythm in the music video
This event is part of the Concordia Student Union's Black History Month lineup.
Since the mid-1980s, music videos by Black artists have provided a crucial space to rework and navigate the global (re)presentation of Blackness. This talk, moderated by Ayanna Dozier, will cover a brief history of music videos to explore how Black, feminist and queer cultural production, as a diasporic practice, works through alternative audiovisual images, utilizing television’s expansive digital reach to reconfigure our engagement with and understanding of Blackness.
Food and drinks will be provided! This event is child-friendly.
2067 rue Crescent, #205