I’m really thrilled to be part of artist Tracey Moberly’s live social media performance extravaganza today at the Tate Modern Oil Tanks (http://www.tweet-me-up.com/). The event highlights the ‘International Day Against Intolerance, […]
Reblogged from Black Atlantic Resource Debate: I’m happy to announce the addition of some great new resources to the Black Atlantic site relating to Charlotte Hammond’s exciting new research (Postgraduate Research […]
Reblogged from Repeating Islands: Charlotte Hammond, an AHRC-funded PhD student in the departments of Drama and French at Royal Holloway, University of London, was one of the artists invited to […]
Here are some images of the paper costumes made as part of my Wob ki vwayaje project during this year’s Ghetto Biennale, which took place in December in Port-au-Prince. The Famn Poto-Mitan and Famn Cho costumes were installed […]
One of the paper pieces I made during the Ghetto Biennale in Port-au-Prince was a woven paper hat made under the supervision of Haitian tailor, Jonas Labase. Basket-weaving, originally a skill of […]
In beginning to think about paper costuming, as well as the Haitian Vodou lwa, Ezili Freda, I made this short video yesterday.
My current practice in development for the 2nd Ghetto Biennale 2011 to be held in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, will draw upon research to be carried out next month at the ‘Archives […]