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Ibrahim Cissé

Ibrahim Cissé is a French born creative from Gambian heritage currently based in London. Ibrahim’s work is anchored in story telling. Documenting and working with his surrounding, Ibrahim uses visual medias, writing and educational tools to manifest his research based independent practice. Ibrahim is interested in the potential for creative practices and outlets to shape social welfare and social justice.

He is currently leading the sessions for the first term of the Decolonial Futures Cultural Exchange Programme (2020-2022) at Framer Framed, a project organised in collaboration with the Sandberg Instituut, the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and FUNDA Community College in Soweto, South Africa.


Exhibitions


Project: Do It Together - DIT

DIT is a kitchen / a tent / a learning playground / a workshop...................

Agenda


Decolonial Futures Workshop Series: Creating Space for a Hundred Flowers to Bloom
A cultural exchange programme with Funda Community College, Soweto, South Africa
Decolonial Futures: Workshop with Ariella Aïsha Azoulay
First term of the Decolonial Futures programme 2021-2022
Decolonial Futures: Workshop with Aditi Jaganathan
First term of the Decolonial Futures programme 2021-2022 with selected Artist Talks
Decolonial Futures: Workshop with Sara Blokland
First term of Decolonial Futures programme 2021-2022
Decolonial Futures 2020-2021: Second Term
Online seminar as part of the second term of Decolonial Futures

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