Coming home is: sexuality, democracy, and positionality. To my mother’s dismay, I am not talking about returning home to Canada/Turtle Island/whatever you name that land, between the Pacific, Atlantic, and Arctic Oceans, that was stolen from Indigenous Peoples since colonial… Continue Reading →
I invite you to listen to the magic of sounds and recorded voice that can sometimes create something more imaginative than visual stimuli in my CAPI Podcast #3 here: To hell with good intentions. It sounds provocative. Harsh, even. It… Continue Reading →
Hello – Have a listen to my podcast as part of my second blog post. In this post I talk about adapting and easing into my New Delhi life.
“Don’t ask me where I’m from, ask where I’m a local” – Taiye Selasi. (According to Taiye Selasi, locality translates into: “your rituals, relationships, restrictions”. In other words, your daily routine, the people closest to you, and external or internal… Continue Reading →
Hi fellow followers! Today, Jacob Derksen, who was a CAPI intern in 2018 to Indonesia, sat down with me and interviewed me for my first CAPI podcast. This is the first step to “a journey of a thousand miles”. I… Continue Reading →