Keywords:decoloniality, postcolonial feminism
Land/mind is a digital figure drawing exploring endurance in spite of the lasting traumas of colonialization. A brightly saturated figure turns her face up towards soft pink sunlight as poppies bloom from her head and torso. Her edges fray and bleed into the sterile white background, suggesting the cyclical nature of the violence she faces as she forges and nurtures her own survival even as the hierarchies of settler colonialism attempt to strip away and deny her humanity.
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