My (revised) essay “Don’t believe the Hype” is published in BAT: Bridging Art + Text. The book has its launch on Friday December 1st in Copenhagen, Denmark. BAT: Bridging Art + Text looks into complex historic and current connections across the globe presenting international artists, scholars, curators and writers in 3 volumes of 800+ pages. I’m incredibly proud to be among the selected artists, scholars, curators and writers!

Independent contributors in order of appearance
Michelle Eistrup, Temi Odumosu, Ery Cámara, Charl Landvreugd, Ebony G. Patterson, Nicholas Laughlin, Bárbaro Martìnez-Ruìz, Kenneth Dossar, Joseph Adandé, Mr. Dohinnon Mahounon Ayenima, Marika Seidler, C. Daniel Dawson, Robert Farris Thompson.

Pia Arke, Naja Dyrendom Graugaard, Yvette Brackman, Mathias Kryger, Helene Lundbye Petersen, Christopher Cozier, Monique Meloche, Nicholas Laughlin, Patricia Kaersenhout, RuNett Nia Ebo, Ralph Ellison, Gillion Grantsaan, Carlos Moore.

Sasha Huber, Hans Fässler, Maria Helena P. T. Machado, Jeff Mahuika, Britt Kramvig, Jeannette Ehlers, Kristian Handberg, Patricia Kaersenhout, Mawuna Remarque Koutonin, Noufel Bouzeboudja, Yo-Yo Gonthier, Marie Guéret, Francoise Vergès, Søren Assenholt, Sanne Flyvbjerg, James Muriuki, Syowia Kyambi, Sasha Dees, Anders Juhl, Ato Malinda, Stefan Saffer, Dudley Joseph Thompson, Catherine Lefebvre.

Please join us at the Trampoline House, Thoravej 7, 2400 Copenhagen, Denmark on Friday 1st of December at 7 PM for celebratory speeches, a screening of “Too Long Are Our Memories” and a performance by visual artist Gillion Grantsaan. At the launch you can buy the book at a reduced price of 699 DKK or 95 Euro. We would love to see you!

7.00 PM Launch start
7.30 PM Celebratory speeches
8.00 PM Screening and performance
8.30 PM Party and DJ.

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