Black Science Fiction welcomes you to an evening of Black sonic futurism, exploring a genre-bending, multi-format performance composed by contemporary jazz musicians.

LIVE AT NATIONAL SAWDUST // 6PM DOORS
June 4, 2023
7:00 pm
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Black Science Fiction welcomes you to an evening of Black sonic futurism, exploring a genre-bending, multi-format performance composed by contemporary jazz musicians. Black Science Fiction has previously worked with free jazz artists, composers, beat makers, noise, and electronic musicians like amani, BSTFRND, Aquiles Navarro, Contour, duendita, keiyaA, JWords, Matthew Jamal, and more. Black Science Fiction’s mission is to invest in and sustain an ever-evolving conversation around Black culture and imagination. In order to facilitate this community conversation, Black Science Fiction creates spaces orientated around Black futures where music can be celebrated, workshopped, and discussed. Join us as Black Science Fiction celebrates the vitality of Black cultural production and stay tuned as we announce our special guests.

About Black Science Fiction

Black Science Fiction is a Black-led creative experiment dedicated to the preservation of Black imagination. Black Science Fiction is committed to amplifying the voices of Black and brown artists pushing boundaries in film, sound, and performance.

About Imani Dennison

Photo by Esther Faciane

Imani Dennison, she/they, is a multidisciplinary lens based artist and curator based in Brooklyn, NY by way of Louisville, Kentucky. Imani graduated from Howard University where they studied Political Science and Photography. Imani’s work interrogates histories of Black culture in the South and African diaspora, usually centered in folklore, fantasy, and oral histories. Imani is head Curator and Programmer at Black Science Fiction Black Science Fiction is a Black led creative experiment dedicated to the preservation of Black imagination. Imani is a part of the 2022 Tribeca Queen Collective Directing Program where they are in production on their experimental documentary about the impacts of the and erasure dismantlement of Black midwives in the American South. 

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