Research Logs, Essays, Conversations tagged with decolonialism

Yvette Mutumba during the "10 Years Bathtub: Open for the Open" lecture series. 24 September 2022. Photo: Ernst van Deursen.

In Museums We Trust

by Yvette Mutumba
On Things and Beings: The Affordances of Objects and Ways of Knowing
Ekow Eshun interviewed by Amanda Pinatih
This still from IOU 4 USA depicts a square charcoal drawing held up by two hands. The drawing is of a frame from The Simpsons and shows an IOU note in Homer’s hands. The note reads: “DEAR USA I.O.U. LESS KANDERS SIGNED USA”.
The police officer examines the inside of her left middle finger. She is wearing a yellow hat with a silver police badge and a turquoise dress. Her fingernails are painted red. Her made-up face is partially covered by another hand, which is out of focus.
HITO STEYERL I WILL SURVIVE Tentoonstelling — 29 jan t/m 12 jun 2022

Journal Articles tagged with decolonialism

After(-)Images: Problematizing Collections of Early Documentary Photography in the Art Museum
From Fiction to Knowledge Unveiling histories in contemporary cultural institutions

From Fiction to Knowledge

by Deiara Kouto and Anne Bielig