September 4, 2014
Asim Rafiqui on art institutions and their collusion with the politics of imperialism. This below is the sort of cultural whitewash that...
Art
July 31, 2014
At the docks of Pidjiguti in the capital Bissau, where the workers’ massacre that ignited the revolution in 1959 took place, the military...
blog
May 14, 2015
Nearly 20 years after war, the cityscape of Sarajevo is still riddled with bullet holes and shelling craters in facades and pavement. These...
Opinion
May 4, 2015
I visited the Bardo Museum in Tunis as a child, dragged by well-meaning adults, returning later as an interested art student. But never did...
blog
April 30, 2015
“10 soldiers came into my home who had previously burned down my grandparents’ house while they were inside with my 3-year-old sister. They...
Art
April 15, 2015
I enjoyed attending this year’s Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (Festival panafricain du cinéma et de la télévision...
blog
April 11, 2015
In a group exhibition at Toronto’s Power Plant art gallery, perspectives on Western imperialism and their uncomfortable legacies come to...
blog
April 10, 2015
From a political and philosophical perspective, there is still much to flesh out conceptually on the importance of theatre, especially...
blog
April 10, 2015
When people in the US and Europe think of Peshawar, Pakistan, they perceive it as a hub of religiosity and extremism. Such a perception is...