At London's ICA, an unflinching exhibition focuses on anti-Black racism and community resistance in the U.K.
I would say that all of my films are time-films, but the intensity of time and how we experience it is precisely what digital technology gave us. That's why I talk about speed in stillness. It's that kind of time.
Vietnamese-born [Trinh T. Minh-ha] is a writer, theorist, composer, and filmmaker whose practice, spanning some 30 years, is positioned within the fields of feminist and postcolonial studies.
For the past decade or so, the art world has felt increasingly conservative, racist, homophobic and misogynistic, in my professional experience.