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In focus: AfroSurrealism and decolonisation with April Bey

April Bey grew up in The Bahamas and is based in Los Angeles as a visual artist and art educator. Bey’s interdisciplinary artwork is an introspective and social critique of American and Bahamian culture, contemporary pop culture, feminism, generational theory, social media, AfroFuturism, AfroSurrealism, post-colonialism and constructs of race within supremacist systems.

Colonial Day Sale I (Pink)
Me?!
Speak Sharp Like a Razor Blade Under the Tongue
The First Atlanticans
They Say: “I’m so jealous” but They Really Mean “Envious”
Colonial Swag in Space (Rules of Acquisition)
RULES (Ferengi Feminism)
The Emissary II

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