Born at the beginning of the 20th century in African-American and Caribbean intellectual circles, Pan-Africanism aimed to unite Africans and the Diaspora in a community of struggle, self-determination, and a collective cultural and historical heritage. In the exhibitions presented today, this thought can be expressed in the form of a poetic and militant approach, as in the cinema of Sarah Maldoror, or as in the repeated use of the colour black (even if it has other meanings, of course), magnified in the work of Joël Andrianomearisoa. In Grada Kilomba’s work, it is through a search for a universal vision of the black experience, within representations that nevertheless borrow from European culture, that the artist explores the links that endure beyond borders for those excluded from the capitalist and racialist system.