Monthly Archives: September 2014

Exhibit B

Here’s my take on the Exhibit B furore that has been going on at the Barbican. I recognise that art is the exemplary expression of the stunning multiplicity of human experience. I recognise that slavery and colonialism is everyone’s history … Continue reading

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Black Bartholomew Diaz and Colonial Pedagogy

Marcus Garvey famously proclaimed: Whilst our God has no color, yet it is human to see everything through one’s own¬†spectacles, and since the white people have seen their God through white spectacles, we have¬†only now started out (late though it … Continue reading

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