At the Decolonial Frequencies Festival, sonic utopias resonate outside the institutions.
Charles’ farcical, archaic coronation provides fresh opportunity for an overhaul of monarchy and class in the failing days of the empire.
The fate of an insect that struggles between life and death somewhere in a nook sheltered from humanity is as important as the fate and the future of the revolution.
Two film artists’ scene-by-scene analysis of the learning-film, People of Flour, Salt, and Water.
Thousands take to the streets of Maputo to celebrate the life and lyrics of Azagaia, one of Mozambique’s most beloved cultural icons.