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famed cultural studies theorist Stuart Hall once asked, ‘What is the black in black popular culture?’ Writing several decades ago, Hall’s question would re-emerge time and again as black – and particularly African – creatives struggled to find a space of their own and a language to express their particular experience of being alive.

For artist, author and Oxford University professor Samson Kambalu, the, presented by Goodman Gallery, Kambalu reaches back into his childhood experiences to present a version of abstract art that is most true to his perceptions and ideas of Africa, and infuses this with his background in education.

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