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“I see these landscapes as worlds that don’t exist yet, but which could exist beyond us.”
Talks & Interviews
"The fact that African Americans were creating photographs from the moment the medium was invented forces us to reimagine and rethink everything we were taught about black history."
More than just a photography collective, Kamoinge (named for a word from the Kikuyu language meaning “a group of people acting together”) was an important forum for creative political activity.
Vision & Justice Online