Image Frequency Modulation: Audiovisual Artist & Curato...

An artistic statement and visual journal elucidating the artist and curator’s time in Grand Cayman, this article concludes the four-part editorial series, Image Frequency Modulation, contributed by Palm Heights artist-in-residence Ethel Tawe. The below are her words.   In this particular prototype installed at Library Fetish [Palm Heights’ print archive and bookstore], charted fragments of…

Interview: Cameroonian Artist Ethel Tawe On Haptic Images An...

Ethel Tawe, born in Yaoundé, Cameroon, is a multidisciplinary artist and curator exploring visual and sonic archives, memory, and identity in Africa and its diaspora. Using collage, pigments, words, installation, still and moving images, Tawe examines space and time-based technologies often from a magical realist lens. Her burgeoning curatorial practice took form in an inaugural…

Portals Of Possibility: 6 Digital Platforms Democratising Af...

This piece is part of the Image Frequency Modulation series contributed by Palm Heights artist-in-residence Ethel Tawe. By definition, an album is a collection of material or records, whether formatted visually as a photo album, or sonically as a music album. This process of collecting is inherently curatorial by the common threads that often bind…

An Afrovisualist Call-And-Response Essay On The Black Contin...

The below essay, written by Justin Smith, is part of the Image Frequency Modulation series curated by Palm Heights artist-in-residence Ethel Tawe. Smith is an artist-curator, writer-researcher, theorist and designer from Richmond, Virginia. He is the founder and curator of Afrovisualism – his curatorial platform and continual studio practice. Within my Afrovisualist practice, Black Aesthetic…

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