Tag: Contemporary Art

This framework, whose orientation is temporal as much as it is spatial, charts the plantation as a point of origin and acceleration for our current ecological crisis and traces its unequal impact on marginalized populations worldwide.

Film still from Alex Dolores Salerno's film El Dios Acostado. Echo lies on his side facing away from the camera in a clearing in the grass. In front of him are dense green trees and bushes and a few small buildings in the distance. Farther away is a large mountain overlooking the scene. The sky is bright and cloudy. There is a sense of serenity and rest.

Fundamental to each [of these contributions] is decentering what we define as normal—both as an act of resistance to the ideology of normalcy but also, ultimately, as a way to prioritize principles centered on disability justice that privilege the generative and sustaining knowledge of queer, crip, BIPOC folks.