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CANCELLED: Madebo Fatunde + Kahlil Joseph

April 07, 2021 at 7:00pm
April 07, 2021 at 9:00pm

Lecture date is tentative- final date to be announced.

Madebo Fatunde is a foresight strategist and a writer, building a practice at the intersection of arts, technology, and culture. His passion is using storytelling about the future to empower better decisions today. Some current projects of his include “The Blackchain”, a speculative future which imagines a world around a Pan-African blockchain network, and “Unmanned Ode”, a poetry collection exploring the codes of masculinity composed alongside and against a neural network. He is a member of the Guild’s Futurist Writers’ Room. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

Madebo Fatunde and Khalil Joseph headshot
Madebo Fatunde and Khalil Joseph

Kahlil Joseph is a Los Angeles-based American artist and filmmaker best known for his large-scale video installations. His most recent work, BLKNWS, is a two-channel fugitive newscast that blurs the lines between art, journalism, entrepreneurship, and cultural critique, and made its international debut in the 58th Venice Biennale earlier this year. He currently serves as the artistic director of The Underground Museum, a pioneering independent art museum, exhibition space and community hub in Los Angeles that he co-founded with his late brother, the visionary artist and curator, Noah Davis.