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Framer Framed

Sorryyoufeeluncomfortable

Sorryyoufeeluncomfortable (SYFU) is a London-based collective consisted of thinkers, creators and activists of mixed interests. The group was formed after Baldwin’s Nigger Reloaded, a project created by artist Barby Asante in collaboration with curator Teresa Cisneros. This project was inspired by Horace Ove’s 1969 film that documents James Baldwin and Dick Gregory at the West Indian Student Centre addressing and comparing the black experience of New York to that of London. This ongoing project resulted in the formation of SYFU. The collective is constantly investigating the social inequalities by hosting concerts, exhibitions and conversations accompanied with critical writing and their own publication. Most of the actions of Sorryyoufeeluncomfortable are currently taking place in London while they have started presenting their work in other cities as well.


Exhibitions


Antonio Jose Guzman - ELOO (Habana Biennale installation view)

Exhibition: El Órgano Oriental

Een presentatie met werk van Antonio Jose Guzman en een live interactief programma, onder de titel Water No Get Enemy, samengesteld door Amal Alhaag

Agenda


Framer Framed at Art Rotterdam 2016
As part of the Intersections area, a stage for young talent in contemporary art.