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Harekrishna Talukdar and Dr. Nabanita Borah India Introspection 2019 Video art with a scroll painting 182 x 42 cm Introspection is a performance presented as a fusion of two folk artworks  - a traditional folk theater called Ojapalo from Assam, India and a Paitkar scroll painting traditional of Jharkhand, India. Merging...

Olorunyemi Kolapo (Kolapo Kingdiah) Nigeria Unintended 2019 Realistic drawing on canvas 64 x 102 cm Kolapo is a mixed media artist who explores the ripple effects on a society during and after a crisis. This piece specifically discusses the unintended health consequences that result due to natural disasters, and how these...

Sushma Joshi Nepal The Quake 2016-2017 Watercolor on paper 24 x 30cm Sushma Joshi is a Nepali writer and filmmaker based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Her fiction and non-fiction works discuss Nepal's civil conflict, as well as stories of globalization, migration and diaspora. Her non-fiction works have appeared in The Kathmandu Post, The...

Yky France La Seine 2018 Argentic paper 17.8 x 24cm Yky uses photography to symbolize urban resilience. His works are generally presented as diptychs, a series of two images (a stage 1 image and a stage 2 image) that combine to make one piece. The first photograph (stage 1) illustrats a...

Yky France The Japanese Paradox 2018 Argentic paper 17.8 x 24cm Yky uses photography to symbolize urban resilience. His works are generally presented as diptychs, a series of two images (a stage 1 image and a stage 2 image) that combine to make one piece. The first photograph (stage 1) illustrats...

Yky France Shakes 2018 Argentic paper 17.8 x 24cm Yky uses photography to symbolize urban resilience. His works are generally presented as diptychs, a series of two images (a stage 1 image and a stage 2 image) that combine to make one piece. The first photograph (stage 1) illustrats a hazard....

Pitsho Mafolo Democratic Republic of Congo Redefining Life 2019 Mixed media on paper 186 x 166cm Pitsho Mafolo is a mixed media artist who weaves his African heritage, and personal life of relocation, into his works. Focusing on what it means to be resilient on an individual level in the face...

Maurice Mbikayi Democratic Republic of Congo Après moi, le déluge (After me, the flood) 2019 Computer keys, mutton cloth 230 x 266 x 4cm Maurice interrogates the environmental hazards associated with information technologies in the Congolese context. He collects discarded computer parts, deconstructs and recontextualizes them into mixed-media collages and sculptures,...

Justin Wood USA March Towards Extinction 2017 Natural debris from Hurricane Irma, video projection Dimensions variable Justin Wood, originally from Florida, is now based in New York City as an artist who focuses his practice in the overlap of the digital and physical worlds. March Towards Extinction is inspired by the...