I come from a long line of teachers. And growing up in independent Zimbabwe, the ruins of imperial maps still fluttering in classrooms raised questions around: How to deal with difficult knowledges on a one to one scale? Whose voices are we listening to when we listen to the past? Reorienting the work of education as an active force within artistic and collective processes, not only responding to pre-set coordinates and fulfilling funding requirements but working to disassemble and reformulate the parameters of what we do and how we do it, are matters of personal and political urgency.
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