Artist and curator Jade Foster has invited movement researcher and artist Claricia Parinussa to co-host the discussion. Interested in borderless kinships and collaborations, Jade and Claricia will open up a conversation about how kinships can act as a form of care towards their members. Both artists have been working with different initiatives such as ID.Y’s, Anti Racism in Practice (ARIP) project that has afforded generosity and time as a form of care to contributors. Bring along your sandwiches and join in.
Lunch Club will be hosted on Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join.
Jade Foster is an artist-curator and creative producer of Caribbean heritage. They are a Founder and Initiator of Black Curators Collective (BCC). Jade holds positions as Assistant Curator at Primary and Creative Programme Coordinator at New Art Exchange (NAE) in Nottingham. Since 2018, as a freelancer they have worked with organisations and platforms such as Derby QUAD/FORMAT International Photography Festival; Derby Museums; Nottingham Contemporary; UK New Artists (formerly UKYA), and recently with the Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Glasgow as a Curator/Consultant.
Claricia Parinussa is a Maluku diaspora movement artist whose practice encapsulates performance, research, writing, producing and community organising. She is interested in unknowings and bodily knowings as a site of potentiality; in opacities, in dialogues; in things and nothings and beings and thinkings, in doings.