09 Sep—23 Dec 2021
Black Obsidian Sound System (B.O.S.S.), Dele Adeyemo with Oworo Collective, Sheila Chukuwlozie, Remi Kuforiji and Kazeem Kuteyi, Chris Bramble, Phoebe Collings-James, Cõvco, DeForrest Brown Jr. /Speaker Music, Nadeem Din-Gabisi with Coby Sey and MettaShiba, Adam Farah, Chloe Filani, Hasani, Onyeka Igwe, Safari MMA, Grace Ndiritu, Bisila Noha, Petit Oiseau, Muslim Sisterhood, Ebun Sodipo, Ms Carrie Stacks, Johanna Tagada-Hoffbeck, Mudbelly Teaches and Deniz Ünal.
One in the Other is a public (and at times private) ever-evolving space for film, performance, music, poetry, self-defence, singing, resting and pausing. Taking over Camden Art Centre’s Gallery 3 space for the next four months, it takes as its starting point the work of exhibiting artists, Phoebe Collings-James, Adam Farah and Zeinab Saleh, as well as broadening out to introduce new ways of working communally and collaboratively.
One in the Other microsite outlines the entire programme of live events, performances, workshops, interventions etc. It also serves as an indexical archive and resource platform in a user-friendly and engaging fashion. The website also documents One in the Other’s concepts launching a handful of bookable, walk-in events and information on participating artists and collaborators.
It will grow as we continue to document and expand with the programme.
One in the Other was conceived from conversations with Phoebe Collings-James, Adam Farah and Zeinab Saleh.
Special thanks to Nelta Kasparian, Ash Walker, Adam Bonser, Elana Joseph, Harmoni Ricketts, Allyson Julien, CKTRL, Lynn Hayleigh Ifeatu, Charlie Millar, David Fawehinmi, Emmanuel Balogun, Catherine Mondoa, Chris Larner, Harry Lawson, Milo Brennan, Matt Williams, Gareth Horner, Asha Fontenelle, Megumi Matsuno, Cat Feliciano, Ting Ding, Dave Bartley, Arna María Kristjánsdóttir, Tom Richards, Scott Leigh (Shackleford Pianos) all artists-collaborators and the team at Camden Art Centre.
Programme Curator (One in the Other), Jareh Das and Programme Coordinator (One in the Other), Helena Adalsteinsdottir
Image © Nick Turner, Courtesy of Pentagram