Big S, Little S (Notes on Risk and Regulation)
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Join Imani Mason Jordan in a poetic reflection on the afterlives of colonialism and transatlantic slavery in the context of Grenfell. Big S, Little S investigates the afterlives of colonialism and transatlantic slavery in the context of the 2017 Grenfell Tower Fire in West London. Imani Mason Jordan’s performance will explore black geographies, abolition and the politics of safety. In Big S, Little S the artist poetically maps notes and fragments from their research into risk, regulation and materiality.
Imani Mason Jordan fka Robinson (b. 1992, London) is an interdisciplinary writer, artist and editor. Their research-led practice combines live art and performance, oration, collaboration, poetry and critical theory, exploring themes of black geographies, the afterlives of transatlantic slavery, abolition, radical resistance and the politics of safety. More about Imani Mason Jordan
Image 1 and 2: Courtesy of Imani Mason Jordan. Image 3: Portrait of Imani Mason Jordan. Photo by TARONA, 2019. Courtesy of the portrayed.