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Author: Andil Gosine

exhibition “thinks and thinks about” her world. Kelly Sinnapah Mary’s installation of paintings and objects created for Désir Cannibale , Notebook of No Return , conveys her reflections about the history of her ancestors, Indians who migrated to Guadeloupe to replace Africans on plantations following the

In: Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas

, these projects present complicated characters who are both victims and predators. Figure 1 Kelly Sinnapah Mary, Vagina, 2014, colour photography, variable size. Courtesy of the artist. Figure 2 Kelly Sinnapah Mary, Notebook of No Return , 2017, collage and drawing on paper

In: Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas

Désir Cannibale : Kelly Sinnapah Mary’s Notebook of No Return  11 Andil Gosine Sugarwork: The Gastropoetics of Afro-Asia After the Plantation  31 Tao Leigh Goffe Remediating Kalimán: Digital Evolutions of Eugenic Agents  57 Itzayana Gutiérrez (Un

In: Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas

recast into new elemental tropes. Andil Gosine considers the practice of Guadeloupe-based Indo-Caribbean artist Kelly Sinnapah Mary. While attempting to create visibility of the Indian presence in the French West Indies, in her series Notebook of No Return the artist foregrounds the present evolving

In: Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas