Khadea Kuchenmeister – “Deep Lake Murmurs“
TX: Tuesday, 15th Feb, 6pm – 7pm + Wednesday, 16th Feb, 3pm – 4pm
Deep Lake Murmurs is a mediative speculative fiction on diaspora, water and imagined borders. Accompanied by recordings of various rivers, a soft gliding voice ascends and descends in prayer, creating a psychic vessel for spirits travelling off an imprisoning island. Taking inspiration from the African water deity Mami Wata, it brings together a resistance to post-colonial borders with layers of ancient water folklore.
Vocals by Fiyin Fakunle.
Khadea Kuchenmeister is a ceramicist and artist, exploring histories and storytelling through the use of creative workshops as a way to encourage space for self-exploration centred on lived experience. They are interested in critical autoethnography as a method that disrupts ideas on the subject/object dualism and Eurocentrism, instead self-reflecting rooted in diasporic knowledge working across various media including; writing, ceramics and film.