Minia Biabiany: Learning From the White Birds

July 11, 2023


Minia Biabiany Learning From the White Birds
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Minia Biabiany’s practice is concerned with the past and ongoing effects of colonialism, exploring the poetics of resistance embedded in everyday life practices, and translating this research into the exhibition space through careful consideration of the cultural and spiritual implications of the material she uses, and the techniques she employs. She is interested in the specificities of the Caribbean and the complex cultural interactions that circulate in and around it. More recently, her work also approaches healing and sexuality and their potential for liberation in a feminist sense.

In 2016, she initiated the pedagogical and artistic project Semillero Caribe [Caribbean Seedbed]: an experimental seminar based on exercises with the body and drawing engaging with concepts of Caribbean thinkers.

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Minia Biabiany, Learning From the White Birds, 2022. Courtesy of the Artist.

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