This issue features Alice Yard. Based in Port of Spain, Alice Yard draws on the long tradition of communal “yard” spaces in urban Trinidad, places of improvisation and exchange; and on the model of the Carnival mas camp, in which individual creative practitioners pool their ideas, techniques, and energy. The works of the following artists are featured in this issue: Sheldon Holder, Jaime Lee Loy, Nikolai Noel, Richard Mark Rawlins, Ebony Patterson, Heino Schmid, Ugochukwu Bright Eke, Marcel Pinas, Adam Williams, Robert Young, Sheena Rose,Celia Weis Bambara, Jomo Slusher, Tillah Springer, 3 Canal, Nicholas Haskell, Christopher Cozier, Sean Leonard, Keisha Castello, Valzhyna Mort, Dave Williams, Terry Smith, Anya Ayoung Chee, Gerard Gaskin, Marlon Griffith, Akuzuru, Rodell Warner, Jemima Charles, 12theband, O'Neil Lawrence, Manf, Chantal Esdelle, and Keshav Singh.
If you are in NYC, check out ALICE YARD, MARLON DARBEAU and DRACONIAN SWITCH in the GLOBAL AFRICA PROJECT at the Museum of Arts and Design. Nov17, 2010 - 2011.
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