Listening with our whole bodies
Cairo Clarke is a curator, writer and facilitator whose work is informed by an urgency for slowness, a re-imaging of pace, production and relationships across arts and cultural spheres, taking an intersectional and collaborative approach. Cairo has worked closely with artists to develop and share instances of work across film, performance, installation, printed matter and programmed events as well as sharing self-led curatorial projects.
In 2019 she launched SITE, a publication and curatorial project exploring alternative encounters with artist practice and the dissemination of research. Cairo is a member of The Black Curriculum, working towards education reform in the UK and delivers teaching sessions to young people as a further means towards decolonising education and cultural production.
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