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Open Deck provides space to collectively listen to and hold discussions around relationships to music, sound, memory and oral histories. In the first part of the session we will listen to seigfried komidashi’s new album release black icarus and invite audiences to share their thoughts and reflections. 

In the second part of the session Ashley Holmes will run Open Deck as usual and invite audiences to share their own choice of music or sounds that mean something to them, or is associated with a particular memory or story.

At the session there will be a turntable, mixer, laptop and aux cable. You can find a link to a Spotify playlist of previous contributions here.


This event will take place on the ground floor of our building and is wheelchair accessible. There are accessible toilets on the same floor. If you have any questions or if there is anything we can do to improve your visit please email


Adebola Oyekanmi (b. 1998, Brent, England) is an artist, musician, poet (a.k.a seigfried komidashi, sockless adventurer hailing from the Yoruba tribe, working with various mediums to engage in afrofuturist discourse on time, space and nostalgia in a neocolonial information age.

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