exhibition “thinks and thinks about” her world. KellySinnapahMary’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
, these projects present complicated characters who are both victims and predators.
KellySinnapahMary, Vagina, 2014, colour photography, variable size.
Courtesy of the artist.
KellySinnapahMary, Notebook of No Return , 2017, collage and drawing on paper
Désir Cannibale : KellySinnapahMary’s Notebook of No Return
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recast into new elemental tropes.
Andil Gosine considers the practice of Guadeloupe-based Indo-Caribbean artist KellySinnapahMary. 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