Naming the Money

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This week’s MIF Encounter is an engrossing audience with one of the most thoughtful and fascinating voices in British contemporary art: the brilliant Lubaina Himid.

We were honoured when Lubaina accepted our invitation to design the first Interdependence artist commission for our series of talks and discussions at MIF17, and doubly delighted when she also agreed to speak at the event. At the time, she had been nominated for the Turner Prize – and five months later, she was announced as the winner, the first black woman to win the award.

Titled in honour of her powerful 2004 installation and presented on the stage set she designed for us, her MIF17 talk explores power, art, money from her own very personal perspectives – and is followed by a Q&A with members of the audience. Join us on Thursday for this latest instalment in our ongoing series of MIF Encounters.

All parts of this broadcast will have closed captioning available on YouTube – you will be able to turn these on for yourself in Settings.

Commissioned and produced by Manchester International Festival. In association with FutureEverything, The Guardian and VICE.

Photo: Ingrid Pollard
All parts of this broadcast will have closed captioning available on YouTube – you will be able to turn these on for yourself in Settings.
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