Image: BE.BOP 2013. DECOLONIZING THE “COLD” WAR. Neil Kenlock, Keep Britain White graffiti, Balham, London 1972. Courtesy of Autograph ABP. © Neil Kenlock/Autograph AB. Catalogue designed by Nayeli Zimmermann. BE.BOP. BLACK EUROPE BODY POLITICS 2012-2016. A CARIBBEAN JOURNEY. Presented by Alanna Lockward Wednesday, March 2, 2016 6:308pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 FREE and open to the public Alanna Lockward, a Dominican author and curator, will discuss her recent curatorial initiative, BE.BOP. BLACK EUROPE BODY POLITICS. BE.BOP. BLACK EUROPE BODY POLITICS is a decolonial transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary curatorial initiative based in Berlin with an international impact through presentations in major cities across three continents. These cities include: Amersfoort, Amsterdam, Berlin, Cadiz, Copenhagen, Dakar, Durban, Durham, Graz, Kassel, Johannesburg, La Habana, London, Madrid, Malmö, Middelburg, New York, Santo Domingo, Stockholm, Visby and Windhoek. For this talk at the ICI Curatorial Hub, Alanna Lockward, founder of Art Labour Archives (1997), will expose the different dimensions of BE.BOP since its first edition at Ballhaus Naunynstrasse (2012) until today. BE.BOP is committed to building public discussions in which the neglected storytelling of coloniality, the hidden side of modernity, achieve a greater visibility. Lockward is a contributor to the ICI / CAC publication EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean. This event is free and open to the public. To attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with BEBOP in the subject line.