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Decolonization

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

Dheisheh Refugee Camp, Bethleham, c. 1950-1970. Courtesy: Getty Images

How to handle ‘refugee heritage’ from an architectural perspective

By Suzanne Harris-Brandts

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

At Manchester Art Gallery, an exhibition brings attention to how the selected ‘highlights’ of a collection tell a deeper story of erasure 

By Kadish Morris
Iowa, 1966. Courtesy: Ngug1i wa Thiong’o

How monolingualism is the carbon monoxide of culture

By Ngugi wa Thiong’o

The radical filmmaker, teacher and writer talks essentialism in identity politics and why her films are neither documentary nor fiction

By Erika Balsom
Bernardo Bertolucci, The Last Emperor, 1987, film still. Courtesy: Visual Icon

The power of visibility: on postcolonial seeing and being seen

By Rey Chow

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

Artists, curators and writers discuss the projects that have informed their thinking around decolonizing culture

Inaugurating the field of postcolonial studies, the Palestinian exile’s masterwork has been embraced and misread ever since

By Negar Azimi
Theo Eshetu, Atlas Fractured, 2017, still from video projected on a banner as part of documenta 14, Kassel, 2017. Courtesy: the artist and Tiwani Contemporary, London

On sonic trajectories and resistance

By Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung

Art and culture have a role in describing the unevenness of the world: where do we go from here?

By Amy Sherlock and Pablo Larios