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Discussing Aesthetics in The Trans-African Project – Invisible Borders

Discussing Aesthetics in The Trans-African Project – Invisible Borders

In 2009, a group of artists gathered with one idea – to promote movement and Trans-border exchange in Africa. With four editions completed, many miles logged, and countless social interventions encountered and documented,…

I to You is vertical | Megumi Matsubara

Megumi Matsubara | I to You is Vertical

If you walk into a wall, will it hurt. Yet what if that wall was discreet, maybe even fragile, sometimes present or invisible. Could we perceive it? There is always an invitation, to…

Tolerence & Humility, Brooding Letters to Nigeria

Tolerence & Humility, Brooding Letters to Nigeria

Ever since I can recall, road travel has terrified me. It may have something to do with the grotesque scenes of road accidents splayed in the papers. Back in the 1990s, that was…

A Day in Fès

A Day in Fès

            When you called, I knew I had to hurry.         I will put you in a thrilling cage.          I rarely…

A Day in Cairo

A Day in Cairo

            Once, there was no one.

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Immappancy | On Being Totally Skewed!

Like the sanctimonious who say the poor should have less fun and work more; I can’t say I feel sorry for the Illiterate and get away with it.

System D

System D

Wiseman, Mondesa. Just as they sink into the warmest, and most fertile of soils my roots are clipped, and I’m back off to the other end of the rhizome. New York to Namibia, Brooklyn…

Featured | Mote Sinabel | Roots of Life, vol.2 sand

Featured | Mote Sinabel | Namibian Roots of Life

Roots of Life, an impressive photographic body of work by Japanese photographer and artist Mote Sinabel, speaks a subtle yet complex visual language. Commissioned by Nanamica and North Face Japan, the photographic expeditions to…

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