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Christopher Lutterodt-Quarcoo

MA work

Union of African States

The New York World's Fair (1964-1965) Pavilion of Africa designed by Tom John and architects Kahn & Jacobs claimed to display the future vision of Africa. 

Rather what took form bore no reference to the vision of Africa discussed six months prior at the Organisation of African Unity Conference (May 1963) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

This new proposal for the Pavilion of Africa stages an alternative history of the Organisation of African Unity Conference with an undocumented prelude to Kwame Nkrumah's 'Unite now or perish' speech describing the political impact of a unified African currency.


  • MA Degree


    School of Design


    MA Design Interactions, 2016

  • Christopher Lutterodt-Quarcoo’s work takes form as installations and films, using sound as a device to blur the line between fact and fiction. Research based, intricate narratives explore alternative or lost histories and unusual accounts, materialised using cinematic devices and religious conventions provoking an inquisition of actuality. 

    The works are revealed through an experience of a specific individual or psyche, allowing for the presence of reverence and the ineffable.

  • Degrees

  • (BA Hons) Design for Interaction & Moving Image, London College of Communication, 2013
  • Experience

  • Partner & Director of Film, DANCCCE, London / Paris, 2015; Visiting Lecturer, London College of Communication, 2014; Creative Director, AquaFit Pro, London, 2013 – 2016; Creative Director, CL-Q, London, 2011 – Present; Filmmaker, Community Links, London, 2013 – 2014; Designer / Editor / DOP (Freelance), The Light Surgeons, London, 2012 – Present; Designer & Filmmaker, Kinetica Museum, 2011; 2nd Music Supervisor, Pitch & Sync, London, 2011; Filmmaker, Dream Design Factory, Istanbul, 2011; Graphic Designer & Animator, Creative Leap (Brand Action Group), 2011
  • Exhibitions

  • Future|Journeys: Afrofuturism at Writing On The Wall Festival, Liverpool, 2016; Vault Film Festival, London, 2016; Changing Minds, Southbank Centre, London, 2016; Art Licks Weekend, Art Lacuna, London, 2016; Mosaic Literary Conference, Bronx Museum, New York, 2015; The Shortest Nights Tour, Electroworks, London, 2015; BFI Raw Shorts 2.0: My Voice, My Style, My Audience, BFI, 2015; Mysterious Objects At Noon, Objectifs – Centre for Photography and Filmmaking, 2015; Sound : Vision, BFI, 2015; 7th BFI Future Film Festival, BFI, London, 2014; Barbican Weekender: We Create, Barbican Centre, 2014; London Makers Fair, London College of Communication, 2013; The African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora Festival – Moving on, London Design Festival, Bargehouse, 2013 ; MA Narrative Environments Degree Show, Central Saint Martins, London, 2011; The Space Between, Create House, London, 2009
  • Awards

  • BFI Future Film Festival, Best Documentary, 2014
  • Publications

  • Omissions, Voids & Inaccuracies : The Archive of Unmaterialised History, 2016; Five Sense Revival, 2013