Body Vernacular #6
Adama Delphine Fawundu is a research-based artist who works primarily with photography, video, sound, sculpture, and printmaking to investigate themes of collective memories, notions of history, and storytelling and their impact on both individual and collective identities. She references aspects of her multiple ethnicities (Mende, Bubi, Krim, Bamileke) as a way to see the world, herself, and humanity through an alternative lens, beyond the oppressive remnants of colonialism and Transatlantic slavery
- Edition of 5 plus 1 artist's proof
- Courtesy of Hesse Flatow Gallery
- On view at SHOWFIELDS NY location at 11 Bond Street.
Archival pigment on paper 20" x 30"
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