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The Otolith Group, b.2002

INFINITY Minus Infinity2019

This recent work by The Otolith Group invokes a transhistorical realm that explores the Black Lives Matter movement, successive Immigration Policies of the Tory government in Britain, the Windrush generation, the Anthropocene, geology and black feminist cosmologies. Atmospheric and rhythmic, the video brings together dance, performance, music, recital, and digital animation to compose a work in which the unpayable debts of racial capitalism cannot be separated from the ongoing crimes of climate catastrophe. INFINITY minus Infinity draws on several inspirations: the modernist verse of the Jamaican poet Una Marson, philosopher and poet Édouard Glissant, the black feminist poetics of the Brazilian philosopher Denise Ferreira da Silva, and the racial formation of geology theorised by British geographer Kathryn Yusoff amongst others.

Duration Duration: 56:51 min
Credit LineIMMA Collection: Purchase, 2020
Item NumberIMMA.4199
Copyright For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].
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The Otolith Group, INFINITY Minus Infinity, 2019, Video, Duration: 56:51 min, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Purchase, 2020

For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].

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The Otolith Group b.2002

The Otolith Group was established in London in 2002. Kodwo Eshun (London, 1966) and Anjalika Sagar (London, 1968) have been leading experimentalists in the fields of documentary and filmic essays, known both for their own work and for their support and exploration of other filmic practices by programming and organizing discursive events, much of which is done under the name the Otolith Collective.
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