Sasha Huber, Rentyhorn, 2008. Commissioned photography by Siro Micheroli. Courtesy of the artist and the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki.


Sasha Huber Looks at the Uncomfortable

The artist discusses her practice in the context of changing climatic realities and how symbolic actions can have an impact.

Abel Rodríguez, Terraza Alta II, 2018. Courtesy of the artist and Instituto de Visión.


Abel Rodríguez: The Namer of Plants

The Colombian artist of Nonuya origin is known in the art world by using drawing to preserve the memory of Amazonian flora at risk of extinction.

Musila/Soil Paint on Photopaper. Simonga, 2022 [analogue image: Victoria Chona, London 1971]. Courtesy the artist.


Banji Chona Calls on Ancestral Knowledge

The artist’s earth-based practice in the mopane woodlands is based on the reciprocity between her ancestral home and the offerings of her art works.

Mae-ling Lokko, Grounds for Return, 2021. Photo: Selma Gurbuz. Courtesy of the artist.


Changing Perspectives on Waste

Our writer Edna Bonhomme speaks to Mae-ling Lokko about agrowaste, fungi, and her evolution as an artist.

Torkwase Dyson, Liquid A Place, 2023. Homme Adams Park 72500 Thrush Road, Palm Desert at Desert X. Photography courtesy of Lance Gerber.


Locating Blackness In Intimate Ecologies

Ama Josephine Budge on how to resist climate colonialism through a capacious, trans-temporal Blackness.

A project by Nyabinghi Lab co-produced by HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Nyabinghi Lab, KENU - LAB’Oratoire des Imaginaires and Chimurenga.
Funded by the TURN2 Fund of the German Federal Cultural Foundation and the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. Photo:  Jean Baptiste Joire.

Installation View

The Roots of Our Hands, Deep as Revolt: Entangled Colonialities of the Green

The exhibition at KENU in Dakar marks the launch of a research project on environmentalism, sustainability and colonial entanglements by Nyabinghi Lab

By Imani Jacqueline Brown

In Conversation

Imani Jacqueline Brown: What remains at the ends of the earth?

The artist and activist talks about the importance of ecological resistance and how it connects to our ancestors through the earth.

Amakaba, introduction video (still), 2021. Courtesy of Amakaba.

In Conversation

Tabita Rezaire: “I prefer to stand for things I believe in”

In 2020, in the midst of the Amazon forest in French Guiana, artist Tabita Rezaire founded a space for spiritual being and creative exchange.

Decentering the I: How to Redefine the Human

C& Center of Unfinished Business

Decentering the I: How to Redefine the Human

Will Furtado argues that indigenous knowledge has always held the solution to ecological catastrophe that is fueled by placing the human above all.

Chioma Ebinama, Chi Doll. Courtesy the artist and Boys’ Quarters Project Space

In Conversation with Zina Saro Wiwa

Re-Imagining Her World

Zina Saro Wiwa has many talents. Working between New York and Port Harcourt…

Ozhope Collective, “Row” (2018), Courtesy of the Collective

“Thinkivist” Art

The Ozhope Collective and the Oil Debate in Malawi

Oil is a tricky good, especially when found in the waters of a…


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