Alanna Lockward is a Berlin based Dominican author and decolonial catalyst. She is the founding director of Art Labour Archives, a platform centered on theory, political activism and art. Her interests are Caribbean marronage discursive and mystical legacies in time-based practices, critical race theory, decolonial aesthetics/aesthesis, Blak feminism and womanist ethics. Lockward is the author of Apremio: apuntes sobre el pensamiento y la creación contemporánea desde el Caribe (Cendeac, 2006), a collection of essays, the short novel Marassá y la Nada (Santuario 2013) and Un Haití Dominicano. Tatuajes fantasmas y narrativas bilaterales (1994-2014), a compilation of her investigative work on the history and current challenges between both island-nations (Santuario 2014). She was cultural editor of Listín Diario, research journalist of Rumbo magazine and columnist of the Miami Herald and is currently a columnist of Acento.com.do. At the Museo de Arte Moderno (Santo Domingo) Lockward was appointed Director of International Affairs (1988) and was designated as Selection Jury of the XX Bienal Nacional de Artes Visuales (1996) and as Award Jury in its 26 edition (2011).
Image: BE.BOP 2013. DECOLONIZING THE “COLD” WAR. Neil Kenlock, Keep Britain White graffiti, Balham, London 1972. Courtesy of Autograph ABP. © Neil Kenlock/Autograph AB. Catalogue designed by Nayeli Zimmermann. BE.BOP. BLACK EUROPE BODY POLITICS 2012-2016. A CARIBBEAN JOURNEY. Presented by Alanna Lockward Wednesday, March 2, 2016 6:308pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 FREE […]read more »