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The artist’s sculpture possessed an almost surreal promise, as if at any moment it might become a Really Living Thing

By Andrew Durbin

From Clémentine Deliss to Megan Tamati-Quennell, four curators discuss the projects that have informed their thinking around decoloniality

From Raqs Media Collective to Kapwani Kiwanga, five respondents discuss the projects that have informed their thinking around decoloniality

Iowa, 1966. Courtesy: Ngug1i wa Thiong’o

How monolingualism is the carbon monoxide of culture

By Ngugi wa Thiong’o

The beasts in the artist’s One or Several Tigers lead us into the tangled thickets of identity and religious ritual

By Jeremy Tiang
Bernardo Bertolucci, The Last Emperor, 1987, film still. Courtesy: Visual Icon

The power of visibility: on postcolonial seeing and being seen

By Rey Chow

How is contemporary Aboriginal art challenging an exclusive historical canon?

By Paola Balla

Things to chew over: In the Absence of Our Mothers makes histories of displacement uncomfortably felt

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

From Julieta González to Simon Njami, five artists, curators and writers discuss the projects that have informed their thinking around decolonizing

Ryan Coogler, Black Panther, 2018, film stills. Courtesy: Marvel Studios

Have institutions facing calls to decolonize forgotten that ‘to curate’ originally meant ‘to care for’?

By Aruna D'Souza

I cut my skin to liberate the splinter evokes the dissonance and precarity of post-apartheid South Africa

By Ian Bourland
Cameron Rowland, Jim Crow, 2017, Jim Crow rail bender, 91.4 x 20 x 44 cm. Rental

The spectral presence of prisoners in everyday commodities 

By Jackie Wang

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Frieze Fairs - 14 Dec 2018

The Frieze Projects artist takes us on a tour of LA mysticism

frieze video - 14 Dec 2018

‘Maybe speaking about it will free me, and maybe this means I can get rid of it’

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