Ajamu (b. 1963 in the UK) is a London based fine art photographer and queer visual activist whose work has been shown in galleries, museums and alternative spaces nationally and internationally. The work challenges understanding of sexualities, desire, pleasure and cultural production within contemporary Britain.
He studied at the Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht, The Netherlands, and is currently an PhD candidate at Royal College of Art, London.
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Ajamu, Claire Heuchan, Nosheen Khwaja, Raju Rage, Kareem Reid & Camara Taylor
GoMA hosts six artists in conversation, paying homage to the TV series After Dark, a late-night discussion programme broadcast between 1987 and 1997. What kinds of conversations would artists have After Dark?
This event is part of Polygraphs, a group exhibition centred on Abstract, by Hito Steyerl, which explores truth, fiction and evidence in a complex world. After Dark plays with the museum institution, the public and the private and how our spaces are informed by the conversations within them.