of, relating to, or characterized by Afrofuturism n.
The leap from ‘Voodoo Ray’ makes sense because jungle is Afro-futurist.
Obsessed with mutant gene theory, ‘negative evolution’, and delivering suburban ravers a glow-stick beatdown, Detroit’s reclusive Afrofuturist techno guerilla squad Underground Resistance imbue their darkcore with a cryptic political urgency.
Classics of the last decade include Kodwo Eshun’s Afro-futurist foreword to his book More Brilliant Than the Sun and ‘riot boy’ band Nation of Ulysses’s 13 Point Program to Destroy America.
My next book will be an Afro-futurist anthology with a historical section…. It will show the spread of concepts, the linking of science fiction and sound, sonic fiction.
He spends the bulk of the article dissecting the works of African Americans Stephen Barnes, Jalaluddin Nuriddin, and Ishmael Reed, whose writings have extensive connections to urban life, Islamic movements, and in the case of Barnes and Nuriddin, he further ties to the Afrofuturist novels and African centered science fiction.
In the Afrofuturist imagination, outer space appears as an extra-terrestrial Zion, a sanctuary from the Armageddon on earth.
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