Bronze-Verdigris: a Colonial History
Seeking liberty in stolen bowls, historical mansions, deadly wallpapers, and fugitive greens.
Fighting for existence in the wake of stolen wealth, toxic metals, gilded bureaucrats and golden visas.
Framing and re-framing oppression through cinematic clichés, khaki hues, and a desert of lies.
Bolting a chain of exploitation, from hardy rocky plants, to deep indigo dyes, and monumental stones.
Tracing the bloodline of an ink from sixteenth century Abya Yala to the National Gallery in London.
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