Author Archives: Nicole Suzuki

Ujjwal Kanishka Utkarsh

The revolution is everyday The proposed PhD, ‘The revolution is everyday’, lies at the intersection of observational filmmaking and protests. I seek to explore how observational filmmaking techniques can reveal new dimensions of protests and, conversely, how looking at protests … Continue reading

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Masimba Hwati

Exploring the Liminal as a site of rituality, resistance and negotiation through intersections of sound and multimedia sculpture How can cultures in Post-colonial Africa today achieve sound and aesthetic positions that are not default states, or merely acquiescing forms of … Continue reading

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Anna Tjé

Queering African ancestrality through utopia archives: Family ties and healing in cheerful spaces. The project “Queering African ancestrality through utopia archives: Family ties and healing in cheerful spaces” sets out to investigate the performative and cinematographic effects of struggles for emancipation, survival … Continue reading

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Anca Benera

Debrisphere. Landscape as an Extension of the Military Imagination I am interested in the intersections between art, spatial practice and environmental politics. My research-based work reveals the ecologies of power and invisible patterns that lie behind certain historical, social, or … Continue reading

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Berhanu Ashagrie Deribew

Care and Become “What we (societies in the Global South) have in common is that we all have to fight against many obstacles in order to live with dignity—that is to say, to live well.” — Boaventura de Sousa Santos … Continue reading

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