A shock of an image: Are we going backwards?

There is a test for a humankind, which is almost beyond measure. Health crisis with the current pandemic, too little or complete lack of solidarity for the #blacklivesmatter, environmental crisis, climate emergency: you name it, we almost seem to be moving backwards. To try to locate it in a visual-literacy sphere, it appears like a... Continue Reading →

Artist in focus: Sasha Huber

Sasha Huber is a¬†multidisciplinary artist who hopes that our world would be a better place for people with different ethnic and racial backgrounds. She is determined to continue her family's Haitian heritage in the arts, and has challenged the postcolonial controversies left behind by figures like¬†Christopher Columbus and Louis Agassiz. Her artistic career has brought... Continue Reading →

Curator Dalaeja Foreman’s recent interventions

Dalaeja Foreman is a curator, community organizer, first generation Caribbean-American and Brooklyn native. Her curatorial practice seeks to combat misconceptions of oppressed people and resistance through direct action, cultural esteem and the arts. She is a graduate from the Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design program at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Dalaeja is also alumni... Continue Reading →

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