The Decolonial as a methodology of thought and action finds its force in the dialogues between ‘critical friends’, in the pressures and counterpressures of discussion within a network that seeks to challenge Eurocentric, phallocentric and heterocentric hegemony.
In September, Autograph's Director Mark Sealy spoke at the second instalment of London College of Communication's series The Decolonising Lens. He was in conversation with Chris Boot and Deborah Willis, discussing how the process of Decolonising can be conceived of as a horizontal rather than vertical alignment.
Missed the event? Watch the full video below.
This event was organised by Photography and the Archive Research Centre at London College of Communication, and hosted by its Director Brigitte Lardinois.
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