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Ibrahim Cisse

MA work

Who Cares? A radio tale

Who cares? A radio tale turns Gasworks into a live broadcast studio in collaboration with the renowned experimental radio station Resonance FM

A programme of newly commissioned and existing performances, sound works, and discussions take up the subject of affective labour, summarised by philosopher Michael Hardt as a term that ‘grasp[s] simultaneously the corporeal and intellectual aspects of the new forms of production, recognizing that such labor engages at once with rational intelligence and with the passions or feeling.’

The project consists of two live broadcast sessions, in which a multiplicity of international artists respond to the theme of affective labour using a variety of performative, discursive and participatory formats.

International collaborators include: Céline Berger, Patricia Domínguez with Terezie Štindlová & Radim Lisa, Eva Fàbregas, Temi Odumosu, Claudia Pagès, Elisa Giardina Papa, Rosalie Schweiker with Sophie Chapman & Kerri Jefferis, Salomé Voegelin, Women of Colour Index Reading Group and Jon Wozencroft.


  • MA Degree


    School of Arts & Humanities


    MA Curating Contemporary Art, 2018

  • My main focus revolves around education. My ambition is to provide emancipatory spaces and create processes that could be shared across kindreds.

    In 2017 I have started my own independent Publishing house: ‘Lost in Time’ an experimental platform devoted to literary, visual and audio manifestations of art, supporting non published and progressive artists.

    My interests span across music, theatre and poetry both as an artist and cultural facilitator.

  • Exhibitions

  • The Black Wo/man is the Future of the World, Dyson Gallery, United-Kingdom, May 2018; Knowledge begins with sight, but you must listen to the world around you, Afrikan Freedom Station, South Africa, Aug. 2017
  • Awards

  • Red Mansion Prize, 2018
  • Conferences

  • Uplifting 'Lower' education beyond the stasis of 'Higher-education', the curatorial and artistic potentials at University Milano Bicocca for the PhD in Sustainable Human Development, Italy, April 2018; Look, here is my degree, now can I become an artist?, as part of the BA Sculpture Degree show 2018, Wimbledon College of Art, UAL, London, June 2018
  • Publications

  • Coûcher de Fenêtre, Lost in Time publishing, March 2017, ISBN 9780995754300; De-fenestrated, Lost in Time publishing, March 2017, ISBN 9780995754317