Issue 9: After Brazil
Hank Willis Thomas, Modou Dieng, Devon Van Houten Maldonado
Reading time: 13 minutes
Writer Devon Van Houten Maldonado speaks with curator Modou Dieng and artist Hank Willis Thomas about identity, race, migration and globalization from an afro descendant perspective.
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Después de Brasil
Devon Van Houten Maldonado
Hank Willis Thomas
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Subtly spinning the fibers of oral sources, Lior Zisman Zalis tells us about “Terecô”, in the region of Codó, Brazil: beyond being a religion or “cultural phenomenon”, it is another way of conceiving the agency and intransigence of beings, challenging in turn the scope of westernized instrumental reason.
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