‘Afrofuturism is an intersection of imagination, technology, the future and liberation. “I generally define Afrofuturism as a way of imagining possible futures through a black cultural lens’” says Ingrid LaFleur, an art curator and Afrofuturist. LaFleur presented for the independently organized TEDx Fort Greene Salon in Brooklyn, New York. “I see Afrofuturism as a way to encourage experimentation, reimagine identities, and activate liberation.”’ – Y Womack, Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci-Fi and Fantasy Culture
Let’s talk about a fairy tale named black
This chapter just has a space is the place exploration vibe like a group of people must acquire what resources they have and return home. Discussing music and media themes talking of alienation and finding a solution for that which would eventually lead to returning home but the question is where is. Home what is the identity of it.
For this project the themes that will be looked at I’m still working it out but it’s to do with Afro-futurism where I’ll be having a speculative Sci Fi look at the future. There are many interpretations of the future but it’s always based on the European and America view point and never really looking at what the future would look like from outside European and American view point.