Kiara Mohamed is a multidisciplinary Muslim Queer artist based in Toxteth, Liverpool. He works with photography, filmmaking and poetry. He's primarily concerned with addressing the intersections of race, gender, sexuality and care, particularly in relation to forms of community and social responsibility.
The film is set in Liverpool Town Hall, a space built from the success of the slave trade and a space for meetings between slave masters. It looks at how Black people can reclaim inherently and ‘historically white’ spaces and explore how the Black people of Liverpool can reclaim spaces that were built from their ancestors' blood. The film has been shown at Tate Liverpool and British Museum and is re-released in 2020 at a time when the city is urgently reflecting on the racism, inequality and social injustice experienced by so many Black people.