Decolonization as an apocalypse

Artist Jota Mombaça questions the concept of decolonization posed by Frantz Fanon and deepens in the potencies that emerge out of the idea of destroying the world as a medullary axis in order to repose the coloniality and, along that, imagine other spaces which diverge from discourses of this nature.

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  1. “Prepare yourselves, we are on the way.”

  2. “I am much worse than what you are seeing.”

  3. Frantz Fanon. The Wretched of the World (New York: Grove Press, 2004) p.2.

  4. See chapter 5 of Frantz Fanon, Pele Negra, Máscaras Brancas, Salvador: (Editora da Universidade Federal da Bahia, 2008).

  5. op. cit.

  6. Frank B. Wilderson, III. We are trying to destroy the world: Anti-Blackness and Police Violence After Ferguson, (Ill Will Editions, 2014).


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