Kai Isaiah-Jamal, ‘When we can’t say ‘gender’ let’s say ‘gentrification’. The things I didn’t tell my Mother before I left’, 2018, ICA London
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When we can’t say ‘gender’ let’s say ‘gentrification’. The things I didn’t tell my Mother before I left, 2018

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25 3/5 × 25 3/5 in
65 × 65 cm
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£200
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London
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Kai-Isaiah Jamal is a spoken word poet, performer, writer, model and trans visibility activist. For …

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Kai-Isaiah Jamal is a spoken word poet, performer, writer, model and trans visibility activist. For this edition, Jamal has explored access to language – specifically around how it is used to identify – and the way that queer voices are censored. The black-out poem revisits the artist’s childhood – a time when he was …

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Kai Isaiah-Jamal, ‘When we can’t say ‘gender’ let’s say ‘gentrification’. The things I didn’t tell my Mother before I left’, 2018, ICA London
Kai Isaiah-Jamal, ‘When we can’t say ‘gender’ let’s say ‘gentrification’. The things I didn’t tell my Mother before I left’, 2018, ICA London
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About the work
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Kai-Isaiah Jamal is a spoken word poet, performer, writer, model and trans visibility activist. For …

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Kai-Isaiah Jamal is a spoken word poet, performer, writer, model and trans visibility activist. For this edition, Jamal has explored access to language – specifically around how it is used to identify – and the way that queer voices are censored. The black-out poem revisits the artist’s childhood – a time when he was …

Read more
Publisher
Instiute of Contemporary Arts
Image rights
ICA
Signature
Signed and numbered on recto

When we can’t say ‘gender’ let’s say ‘gentrification’. The things I didn’t tell my Mother before I left, 2018

Silkscreen
25 3/5 × 25 3/5 in
65 × 65 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
£200
location
London
Have a question? Read our FAQ.