april, 2024

11apr5:30 pm8:00 pmAjenije: Exploring Black Femme Rage through Film and Interactivity groundbreaking short film and interactive film screening about the complex terrain of Black femme identity, unravelling the intricate threads of anger, respectability politics, and destructive desire.

Event Details

Renowned queer interdisciplinary choreographer Zoe Carter announces the unveiling of their latest project, “Ajenije,” a groundbreaking short film and interactive film screening set to redefine the boundaries of artistic expression.

“Ajenije” delves deep into the complex terrain of Black femme identity, unravelling the intricate threads of anger, respectability politics, and destructive desire. Through a mesmerizing blend of set design, choreography, photography, and event programming, Carter invites viewers to embark on an immersive journey, akin to being ensconced within the protective embrace of the womb.

Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Zoe Carter is a visionary artist whose work transcends conventional boundaries. A graduating senior at Spelman College, Carter’s studies in Dance Performance and Choreography, coupled with a minor in Documentary Filmmaking, provide the foundation for their innovative approach to storytelling

Parking is available at Windmill Arts (corner of Thompson and Church) as well as plenty of street parking in the neighborhood.

Parking in the lots of neighboring businesses is strictly enforced, so please plan plenty of time to find parking.

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MARTA is only two blocks east of Windmill Arts.

As you exit MARTA EAST POINT STATION walk west on Thompson for two blocks – Windmill Arts will be on the corner!

Time

(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Organizer

Zoe Cartercarterzoe7@gmail.com 350 Spelman Lane

Health Guidelines for this Event

Other Health Guidelines Masks will be provided and preferred!
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