Renée Akitelek Mboya is a writer, curator and filmmaker. Her custom is one that relies on biography and storytelling as a form of research and production. Renée is presently preoccupied with looking and speaking about images and the ways in which they are produced but especially how they have come to lay a critical role as evidence of white paranoia, and as aesthetic idioms of racial violence. Renée seeks to understand better the ways in which images are used to reinforce the institutionally manufactured narrative of the racialised body as a constant danger to the law. Renée works between Dakar and Nairobi and is a collaborative editor with the Wali Chafu Collective.
A project by Karima Boudou, Renée Akitelek Mboya and Aude Christel Mgba
25 Jan '21
Online screening interview with the great Malian writer, historian and ethnologist Amadou Hampâté Bâ (1969)
And a pre-recorded talk with Aude Mgba, Karima Boudou and Renée Akitelek Mboya
film screening01 Mar '21