The Pan African Space Station (PASS) will be arriving in Amsterdam in the coming days, landing at the OBA Central Library on Sunday 11th December, until the 15th December!
The website declares:
“Launched in 2008 by Chimurenga, the Pan African Space Station (PASS) is a periodic, pop-up live studio; a performance and exhibition space; a research platform and living archive, and an internet based radio station.
Produced in collaboration with the Prince Claus Fund and The Amsterdam Fund of the Arts, the PASS live studio in Amsterdam will feature a 5-day programme, running daily from 14:00 – 20:00 (CAT), with artists, filmmakers, writers, musicians and rebels whose practices draw from and respond to a variety of contexts; to prompt us, through performance, conversation and other forms, to imagine how worlds connect.”
In addition to the artists, writers and rebels, ERIF will also be there for an internet radio interview hosted by the radical feminist collective Radio Redmond Amsterdam, on the 13th December between 14h and 15h. We’ll be discussing our recent Returning the Gaze II: Stories of Resistance conference as well as our future plans for the organisation too!
Definitely come through to see the various activities going on throughout the five days, and say hello to us while we’re in the hot seat on the 13th if you can!
Check out and share all of the necessary info, including the full programme and livestream link here.