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FROM FANON TO CAPÉCIA

2018-2019

Sculptural installation: weaving in alpaca, acrylic, cotton, hair and book.

 

In 1948, Mayotte Capécia, author of the novel Je suis Martinique , was criticized by the well-known psychiatrist and writer Frantz Fanon. ​For years Capécia was only known due to Fanon's criticism which in turn made her the face of the lactification complex (pathology invented by Fanon). From Fanon to Capécia is a work of archiving, recognition and exploration of the experience of a black woman during the colonial era.

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