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Touching Bass’ first label release – from Hiatus Kaiyote’s Clever Austin

It isn't very often that music can move you to tears while simultaneously making you screw up your face with equal parts confusion and delight.
Touching Bass’ first label release – from Hiatus Kaiyote’s Clever Austin
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Skin Deep meets Palestinian singer, songwriter and rapper Maysa Daw

Skin Deep’s Courtney Yusuf caught up with Maysa ahead of the release of their new album, ‘Ben Haana wa Maana’.
Skin Deep meets Palestinian singer, songwriter and rapper Maysa Daw
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Chant Down Babylon: we chat to curators Tobi Kyeremanteng & Ruthie Osterman

In a celebration of Black and Brown lives and experiences, Skin Deep's Nkenna Akunna chats to Tobi and Ruthie on the creation of Babylon Festival.
Chant Down Babylon: we chat to curators Tobi Kyeremanteng & Ruthie Osterman
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The Object of My Gaze

Marcia Michael’s recent project ‘I Am Now You - Mother’ visualises matrilineage through the body of her mother as a way of telling our own stories.
The Object of My Gaze
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The Moon Is A Meme

As part of Freeword’s THIS IS PRIVATE series, Zia Ahmed’s visual poem ‘The Moon Is A Meme’ explores the experiences of a young British-Asian Muslim man to respond to the notion of privacy in an era of surveillance.
The Moon Is A Meme
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In conversation with Last Yearz Interesting Negro

Our Skin Deep resident reviewer Nkenna Akunna spoke to performance artist Jamila Johnson Small.
In conversation with Last Yearz Interesting Negro
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Rolling Hills: brand new video from South London duo Sawa-Manga

The premier a visual feast, the debut music video from Sawa-Manga, blurring the line between the realm of visions and the waking day.
Rolling Hills: brand new video from South London duo Sawa-Manga
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Bontoc Eulogy: Encountering the Philippines at the St Louis World’s Fair

An Interview with filmmaker Marlon Fuentes, on how he has used film made to serve American imperialists to tell the story of those they colonised.
Bontoc Eulogy: Encountering the Philippines at the St Louis World’s Fair
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Lubaina Himid: The Colours of Our Past

An interview with Turner Prize winner Lubaina Himid. Through three of her exhibitions we understand her pioneering role in the black British contemporary art scene.
Lubaina Himid: The Colours of Our Past