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In conversation with Vincent Bababoutilabo in the exhibition “HOMESTORY DEUTSCHLAND. Black biographies in the past and present”
Vincent Bababoutilabo is a Berlin based musician, author and activist at the interface between art and politics.
In his artistic and political projects in recent years he has focused in particular on the areas of migration, flight, decolonization, exploitation and resistance as well as the search for positive visions for a just society in which we can all be different without fear.
He is a member of numerous civil society initiatives such as the NSU Tribunal or the Initiative Schwarze Menschen in Deutschland (ISD-Bund e.V.), for which he worked as a political advisor. In addition to his freelance work as a musician and author, Vincent Bababoutilabo works at the Institute for Cultural Anthropology/European Ethnology at the University of Göttingen on anti-racist archive work.
His publications include several articles, “ZURÜCKerzählt” and “Unser Land. Punkt” and the racism-critical, music-educational font “Africa Bling Bling Hakuna Matata“.