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Destiny: Queer Afro Futures - Panel Discussion

Origins Eile
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Illustration: Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri
Outer Space: Queer Afro Futures

A panel discussion with some of our Queer Black heroes. Join us as we are guided through thought constellations, and collectively meditate on the liberatory and transformative potential of Queer Afrofuturism as an imaginative framework. 

Critical Perspectives | Consciousness 

This event is part of Destiny: A Constellation of Queer Afrofuturist Visions, a series of events for Queer Black celestial kinfolk. A four-part decolonial re-imagining that honours a rich ancestry of Black and Queer Afrofuturist visionaries, Origins Eile (OE) invites you to join us as we explore Queerness, Blackness and the cosmos. This programme brings our community on a journey from events that probe the unknown, conceptual, and existential ‘outer space’ to events that hone in on the more familiar, personal, and intimate ‘inner space.’ Fellow QTIBPOC time-travellers and shapeshifters, lets come together to traverse the virtual and physical realms and transcend the bounds of white cis hetero capitalist patriarchy to generate new visions of Black Queer transformation and liberation. 


A Dublin Fringe Festival Commission

Origins Eile events always centre Queer Black audiences and are for and by them. All audiences are invited to attend the online panel discussion, tickets are €12 for white folx and *BIPOC attendees are free.

*Black, Indigenous & People of Colour.

12 September, 19:00, free


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