FICTION TERRITORIALE, PointCulture Botanique, Brussels, Belgium, in the frame of FICTION TERRITORIALE exhibition, a talk with Raya Lindberg, curator and Jean-Frédéric de Hasque, anthropologist. • « INHABITABLE | Ré-imaginer les devenirs » a talk with Lotte Arndt, Valérie Osouf, Nathalie RespatiMuchammadand Sylvie Glissant in the frame of Hamedine Kane’s exhibition, PointCulture Botanique, Brussels, Belgium.
AT THE CROSSROADS, Franco-German Cultural Fund 2017 edition, in partnership with the French Institute of Mali and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Mali, International Meeting on the theme of Art and Migration. 17 – 25 November 2017, Bamako – Kayes – Sissako. Roundtable with Marie-Ann Yemsi, Lotte Arndt and Abdou Ouologuem.
TRANSPHILOSOPHIES, French House at Columbia University, international artists symposium organized by philosopher Seloua Luste Boulbina.• LIBRARIES OF THE FUTURE, G. Pompidou art Center: « , project and seminar organized by Mara Ambrosic. Video screening, followed by discussion. Project « Afrikadaa Listener Digest », Biennale of Dakar 2016.• ELSEWHERE IN AESTHETICS, AESTHETICS FROM ELSEWHERE, International College of Philosophy / Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Paris, international symposium organized by philosopher Seloua Luste Boulbina.• TRANSPHILOSOPHIES, French Institute of Algiers, international artists symposium organized by philosopher Seloua Luste Boulbina.• ARTISTS SPEAK TO PHILOSOPHERS, International College of Philosophy – Point Ephémère, Paris: Louisa Babari in conversation with philosopher Seloua Luste Boulbina and art theoricist Evangelos Athanassopoulos.
IS THERE A POSTCOLONIAL ART REGIME ? Paris 7 Diderot University & International College of Philosophy, Laboratory for Social and Political Change (LCSP), International symposium organized by philosopher Seloua Luste Boulbina & Afrikadaa Magazine, issue 8: « Moving Images ».• ARCHIVING IMAGES, AFRICAN WOMEN ARTISTS VIZUALIZING AFRICA, University of Michigan, Department of Afro-American and African Studies, Center for World Performance Studies, a panel discussion and video projections organized by Chair of Afro American department, Prof. Frieda Ekotto.