We want to share some resources on the important movements that help us to see a more differentiated picture of these complex times.
While too many places in the world are in a constant state of conflict and war, this year has been particularly frightening as well as revealing. In moments like these, it feels crucial, more than ever, to highlight important post-colonial theory and decolonial practices that help us to see and understand a more differentiated picture.
C&’s extensive archive of knowledge has formulated an alternative narrative of many art histories for over a decade. In this context postcolonial theory and decolonial perspectives have always been and are a tissue of our practice, describing how the multi-layered, even contradictory layers of identity come together. We feel the urgent need to compile and share this reader with texts from our archive: to remind of how important these theories and movements have been and are: by providing a platform for diverse, equal and inclusive voices which tap into and speak from different contexts and expand our networks around the globe.
Find the reader here.