Day 1: Le Tings
Found footage from Sun Ra's Space is the Place (1972), and Dalston's Ridley Road, mixes with photos of French tennis player Yannick Noah and interviews with fashion educator Andrew Ibi and menswear designer Bianca Saunders.
Instagram Takeover: Le Tings
Curator Harris Elliott, stylist Bevan Agyemang and poet Julianknxx explore fashion's inbuilt racist systems to continue the conversations brought to widespread attention at June 2020's Black Lives Matter protests.
Day 2: Ruba Abu-Nimah
On day 2 of her Instagram takeover, Ruba Abu-Nimah shared images documenting Black culture and the US Civil Rights Movement, referencing black activists, musicians, athletes and dancers.
Day 5: Ruba Abu-Nimah
On day 5 of her Instagram takeover, Ruba Abu-Nimah documented the correlation between protest and the participation of women and girls across the world, from activism on the streets to sports.
Day 6: Ruba Abu-Nimah
On day 6 of her Instagram takeover, Ruba Abu-Nimah shared the first four films in a series 'Where did everyone go?' documenting New York in a moment of political and cultural change.
Instagram Takeover: Ruba Abu-Nimah
The New York-based creative director shared live footage, short films and visual references to document a city in a time of change from 1-8 June 2020, in the wake of the murder of George Flloyd.
Day 1: Ruba Abu-Nimah
Ruba Abu-Nimah began her Instagram takeover with live-streamed footage taken on the streets of her neighbourhood in New York, as protestors took to the streets in the wake of the killing of George Flloyd.
Day 3: Ruba Abu-Nimah
On day 3 of her Instagram takeover, Ruba Abu-Nimah live-streamed footage from the streets of New York as the Black Lives Matter protests continued for the seventh day.
Day 4: Ruba Abu-Nimah
On day 4 of her Instagram takeover, Ruba Abu-Nimah took the opportunity to share footage taken by photojournalist Corey Sipkin on 2 June 2020 in Soho New York, documenting events in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.