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Episode from the podcastDecolonization in Action Podcast

S3E3: Revolutions from the Kitchen

Released Friday, 14th August 2020
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This panel, entitled, "Revolutions from the Kitchen: On Technologies of Resistance and Radical Care," was part of the Alt_Cph20, co-produced with Salon Hysteria as part of the summer seminar series Hysterical Utopias, and curated by Ida Bencke. The conversation was between edna bonhomme, Luiza Prado de O. Martins, and Nazila Kivi on technologies of resistance and radical care. The talk is hosted by Alt_Cph20, Patterns in Resistance and co-produced with Salon Hysteria as part of the summer seminar series Hysterical Utopias.

LUIZA PRADO DE O. MARTINS
Is an artist and researcher engaging with material and visual culture through the lenses of decolonial and queer theories. O. Martins holds an MA from the Hochschule für Künste Bremen, and a PhD from the Berlin University of the Arts. She is a founding member of the Decolonising Design collective and the research duo A Parede. Her current artistic research project, titled “A Topography of Excesses,” starts from a call to re-appropriate the concept of excess in relation to gendered and racialized bodies in the modern/colonial gender system.
https://www.luiza-prado.com/

NAZILA KIVI
Is an independent scholar on reproduction and decoloniality, editor, essayist and co-founder of the feminist magazine Friktion. She teaches gender study courses, among others the course From Witches to Cyborgs: Gender, Race and Resistance.SALON HYSTERIA
Salon Hysteria is a space for next level conversations on society, politics and science.

edna bonhomme
Is an art worker, historian, lecturer, and writer whose work interrogates the archaeology of (post)colonial science, embodiment, and surveillance. A central question of her work asks: what makes people sick? As a researcher, she answers this question by exploring the spaces and modalities of care and toxicity that shape the possibility for repair. She has collaborated and exhibited critical multimedia projects in Berlin, Prague, and Vienna. In addition to her academic interests, Edna has written for publications such as Africa is a Country, Aljazeera, Analyis und Kritik, The Baffler, Daddy Magazine, Der Freitag, Mada Masr, The Nation Magazine, and more. Bonhomme earned her PhD in History of Science from Princeton University
https://www.ednabonhomme.com/

More information about Patterns of Resistance can be found here: https://altcph.dk/event/revolutions-from-the-kitch…