All waters that flow have a source. For DRIFT the Source is the Stuart Hall Library and the iniva archive. Here we have collated some materials for you to sink deeper into some of the ideas and topics addressed in this project. We know that it’s not a conclusive list but we hope that it will begin you on your journey to reflect on some of the ideas shared here.
- Recording of
- Derek Walcott, 1979,
- Ernest Renan, 1882,
Text of a conference delivered at the Sorbonne on March 11th, 1882, in Ernest Renan, Qu’est-ce qu’une nation?, Paris, Presses-Pocket, 1992. (translated by Ethan Rundell)
- Alberta Whittle, 2021,
Performed on the 9th July 2021 at
- Tabita Rezaire, 2017,
Commissioned by Oregaard Museum, Denmark
- Adam Moore, 2021,
Commissioned by Jupiter Artland
- Seba Calfuqueo, 2020,
Video composed by an audiovisual recording and the author’s writing, Video, 1920×1080, HD, 3 minutes.
- Lynn Lu, 2021,
Performance to camera
- Astrida Neimanis, 2012,
Originally published in ‘Undutiful Daughters: Mobilizing Future Concepts, Bodies and Subjectivities in Feminist Thought
and Practice’, eds. Henriette Gunkel, Chrysanthi Nigianni and Fanny Söderbäck. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
- Astrida Neimanis, 2009,
Originally published in Topia 21, Spring 2009.
- Clare Sutherland, 2017,
Published by Policy Press
- Performing Borders, 2021,
- Sheryl Luna, 2005,
Originally Published in from ‘Pity the Drowned Horses’, University of Notre Dame Press
- Michael Karabinos, 2015,
Published in Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
- Stuart Hall, 1999,
- Zineb Sedira, 2006, Escaping the Land
- Ade Adekola, Yinka Shonibare, Mark Wallinger, Pledge allegiance to a flag?, 1996
- Grada Kilomba,
- Manuela Moscoso,