ALLANA CLARKE | An Infinitive Breath

Edited by Thomas Zander
Published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König, Cologne
With an interview by Legacy Russell with the artist and two essays by Tiffany Barber and Magdalena Kröner
English | German

Allana Clarke is a Trinidadian-American artist whose practice contends with ideas of Blackness and the binding nature of bodily signification. Fluidly moving through sculptural and text-based work, photo­graphy, video and performance, she explores the possibility to create new, non-totalizing identifying structures. The artist looks at the ways in which she was conditioned through rituals into a world that is anti-Black. This publication is Clarke’s first monograph and provides a comprehensive overview of her work to date.

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