De heerschappij van het Afropeanisme

Dutch spoken

Roland Gunst – a maker of Congolese-Flemish origin – takes his inspiration for his lecture/performance from a hybrid term, ‘Afropeanism’, which refers to the great (and often still unknown) intertwining of ‘black’ and European history. In his narrative, Gunst uses autobiographic elements, bits of history, photos, videos and various items as real or fictitious ethnographic objects. His performance is a ritual that aims to reveal and create the authentic, true face of Europe.

by and with Roland Gunst (John K Cobra) | based on LION, a John K Cobra project | production John K Cobra Institute of Videoartfacts