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Decolonial Aesthetics: Manifesto, Exhibit and Workshop |
Walter Mignolo

Thoughts on modernity/coloniality, geopolitics of knowledge, border thinking, pluriversality, and the decolonial option.

Decolonial Aesthetics: Manifesto, Exhibit and Workshop

I shall be short in this posting and just send you to the home page of TDI/Transnational Decolonial Institute where you can find the “Decolonial Aesthetics Manifesto” with a preamble that explains its short but interesting history.  You will find also other links and references to contextualize the manifesto. Furthermore, there is now available a report on the workshop-cum-exhibit that took place at Duke University in May 4-6, 2011. The exhibit in the Jameson Gallery will remain until June 20, 2011. Information about artists and workshop participants (including artists in the exhibit), click here.

More recently, Chief Editor of Video/Art/World, Alanna Lockward, posted an overview of the exhibit, including new visual material.

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