post-title NEWS:Ceremony (Burial of an Undead World) at HKW opens on 22 October 2022 | 23.10.-30.12.2022

NEWS:Ceremony (Burial of an Undead World) at HKW opens on 22 October 2022 | 23.10.-30.12.2022

NEWS:Ceremony (Burial of an Undead World) at HKW opens on 22 October 2022 | 23.10.-30.12.2022

NEWS:Ceremony (Burial of an Undead World) at HKW opens on 22 October 2022 | 23.10.-30.12.2022

We live – and survive – in the ruins of the modern/colonial world system: its institutions, structures of inequality, border regimes and subject forms. This undead world and its refusal to die is discharging with increasing violence. It needs a funeral to make other futures possible.

The exhibition Ceremony (Burial of an Undead World) speaks about commonalities and continuities in cosmologies and myths of origin across times and spaces. Only against this background is it possible to rethink the prevailing (self-)narrative of modernity as a historical caesura. Ceremony refers to the work of the Jamaican theorist Sylvia Wynter, for whom the …

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Image. above: Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese, This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection, 2020, film still, courtesy the artist and Memento Film International

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