Kale Bonham, Mashkiki Won, tattoo flash (liquid acrylic on watercolour paper), detail, 2020
Re-Learning the Land with Corinna Ghaznavi
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Using Christina Battle’s artwork as a starting point, this discussion focuses Mercedes Webb’s article on Battle’s strategy of using seeds as resistance. How can seeds hex capitalism, racism and environmental destruction?
Corinna Ghaznavi is an independent curator and freelance writer. Her research interests include examining human and non-human relationships as a way to move beyond binaries, racism and capitalism. Ghaznavi began saving seeds in 2020. She lives and works in Grey County, Ontario.