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Extra Terra
Private View: 13/11/21 6-9pm

Exhibition open to the general public
until 4th of November

Private view and live performances on 13 October 2021, 18:00-21:00.

Closing event on 4th November 2021, 18:00-21:00.

Harlesden High Street and Diasporas Now present a multi-storey, post-apocalyptic labyrinth of ritual objects, live performances, paintings, and installations. The exhibition yearns toward ancestral knowledge and liberation, a visceral rooting to Earth, ether, and martian soil.

Extraterra forges a path forward, or rather inward – a collective manifestation of hope beyond the oppression of politicised, displaced, and intersectionality-marginalised bodies.

Harlesden High Street is a POC-led space with a mission to bridge social and cultural gaps in contemporary art, working with and providing resources for underrepresented artists.

Diasporas Now is a multidisciplinary performance art platform for artists of non-Western backgrounds who use performance as acts of self-representation.

Curated by Linda Mognato and Diasporas Now.

Exhibiting artists:

Amir Dehghan, Ayesha Tan Jones, Jas Lin, Ocean Loren, Nissa Nishikawa, Linda Nwachukwu, José García Oliva, Ijeoma Uzoukwu, Rieko Whitfield

13 October performance schedule:

Soundscape and DJ set by Sasoraye (Ijeoma Uzoukwu) from 18:30

Performance by Rieko Whitfield and Jas Lin 20:00-20:30

4 November performance schedule:

Performance by Rieko Whitfield 19:30-20:00

DJ set by Sasoraye (Ijeoma Uzoukwu) from 20:00