Memory and Skin (1998), 16 C-Type Toned Prints (20” x 24”), 9 Double-sided Digital Prints (48” x 48”), various objects, DVD & sound pieces

‘Memory and Skin’ uses image, sound, objects and text to weave together is a series of narratives, which talks of the Caribbean as a fusion of the cultures and colonial legacies.

It is realised as an installation that embraces the layering of history and cultural contradictions of contemporary societies with shared but often hidden histories.

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