Hauntologies is artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah's compelling meditation on disappearance, memory and death. In his first exhibition for Carroll/Fletcher, the virtuosity and depth of Akomfrah's practice is revealed in three new video, sound and installation works - never before presented in the UK - as well as a new presentation of a video essay from 1998.

For the last thirty years, Akomfrah has been committed to giving a voice and a presence to the legacy of the African diaspora in Europe; filling in the voids in history by digging into historical archives to create film essays and speculative fictional stories about past lives. Known for his work with the Black Audio Film Collective, which he co-founded in 1982, Akomfrah's multi-layered and poetic films invent a new language that investigates the trauma and sense of alienation of displaced subjects.