Date: Saturday 3rd June, 3 p.m. – 4..00 p.m.
Location: Hastings Contemporary, Rock-a-Nore Road, Hastings Old Town, TN34 3DW
Since relocating to the UK in 2019 from Trinidad and Tobago, the artist Richard Mark Rawlins has been using his practice as a bridge to his (metaphorically speaking) Afro-Caribbean cousins, with whom, he feels a sense of familiarity and kinship even though they have never met… until now.
Via a series of performative, intimate portraits of people of British Afro-Caribbean heritage drinking tea, combined with frank, conversational, recorded actions he examines the similarities and definitions of what AFRO-CARIBBEAN and Britishness mean.
This is a free event, please register early to avoid disappointment