The Last Angel of History is an exploration of the chromatic possibilities of digital video embedded within a mythology of the future that creates connections between black unpopular culture, outer space and the limits of the human condition.
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(3,5) "This cinematic essay posits science fiction (with tropes such as alien abduction, estrangement, and genetic engineering) as a metaphor for the Pan-African experience of forced displacement, cultural alienation, and otherness."
An afrofuturist exploration "whose dense, almost chaotic weave of images and ideas offers space travel and science fiction as metaphors for the experience of the African diaspora. This is less a sociological study than an over-the-top fantasy, an improvisational riff on time and history asserting that the line between social reality and science fiction is an optical illusion." - Fred Camper, Chicago Reader