Bocafloja presents: Bravado Magenta
Documentary Screening + Q&A
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 · 4:30 PM - 7 PM
Bravado Magenta is an exposé on the intersection of coloniality and patriarchy. A performative documentary which critically analyzes racialized masculinities through self-cartography and storytelling. Written and directed by multidisciplinary artist and scholar Bocafloja (Nana Dijo, 2016, Dir.), with cinematography by Cambiowashere and Juan L. Azpiri, Bravado Magenta engages in a relevant discussion on gender, sexuality and global south studies.
Bocafloja is an Interdisciplinary artist based in New York; Documentary filmmaking, music, literature, photography, design, theater and video art are some of his mediums of creation. Corpo-politics, racialized epistemologies, Global South, decoloniality, self-cartography, and the African Diaspora in Latin America are fundamental topics addressed in his body of work.
Sponsored by the Modern Languages, Linguistics, and Intercultural Communication Department; the Dresher Center for the Humanities; the Media and Communication Studies Department; the Gender, Women's, + Sexuality Department; the Global Studies Program; and the Immigration Faculty Working Group.