Issue 14: Look Who's Talking - Brazil
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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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“Prepare yourselves, we are on the way.”
“I am much worse than what you are seeing.”
Frantz Fanon. The Wretched of the World (New York: Grove Press, 2004) p.2.
See chapter 5 of Frantz Fanon, Pele Negra, Máscaras Brancas, Salvador: (Editora da Universidade Federal da Bahia, 2008).
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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