Episodes: 5 Columns

EP11: “We were brought up to strive for Eloquence”. Nkata with Olu Oguibe

Olu Oguibe (b.1964) is a Nigerian-born American artist and academic. His work constitutes a pillar of what we now...

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EP15: Finding Home in the Body Through Dance and Ballet – with Diana Mora

In this Episode, Emeka Okereke is in conversation with Diana Mora – a Bolivian ballet dancer living and working...

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EP14: Being Palestinian, a Life of Permanent Temporality – with Bahaa Abudaya

Since 1948, Israel and Palestine have been embroiled in what is famously known today as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Yet...

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EP10: We are trying to remember the future and rewrite the past. Nkata with Qudus Onikeku

In episode 10 of Nkata: Art & Processes, Emeka Okereke is in Conversation with Qudus Onikeku (b. 1984, Lagos),...

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EP09: “Water will always find its crack”. Nkata with Ahmet Öğüt

Ahmet Öğüt (b.1981, Diyarbakir, Turkey) is a conceptual artist living and working in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He works with a...

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EP13: To Organise a Place as if it was a Photograph – with Eric Gyamfi

Eric Gyamfi (1990, Ghana) is a visual artist working with and within photography. This podcast conversation was induced by...

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DoTShorts #2: Inner Voice

In the second episode of Dots of Thoughts Shorts, Emeka shares a few thoughts and impulses about what the...

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DoTShorts #1: What Are You Working For?

This is the debut episode of the bonus series called Dots of Thoughts Shorts (DoTshorts).  Emeka Okereke gives a...

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EP12: Memory, Performance, Healing and Celebration in the Photographic works of Lebohang Kganye.

In the 12th Episode of Dots of Thoughts, Emeka Okereke reflects on the photographic work of Lebohang Kganye. Ke...

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EP11: 21st Century Photographers Re-articulate The Continent – with Ekow Eshun

“There is no simplicity or singleness to Africanness”, Ekow says. One might think that this needn’t be said in...

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EP08: Time does not pass. We, on the other hand, pass through it – and make forms of it (part 1)

We often hear such expressions as “Time passes”. “Don’t waste time”. “Buy time”. “Spend time”. But, is time quantifiable...

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EP08: “If I write for them, it means I am removing myself from my source”. Nkata with Niq Mhlongo

Niq Mhlongo (b. 1973, Soweto) is a South African writer born in Johannesburg. Today, he is considered “one of...

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EP07: The Legacy of Queen’s College – A Perspective on Radical Education for Women in Nigeria.

Founded in 1927, Queen’s College, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria is part of a formidable legacy addressing the gender disparities between...

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