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Photo book - Altars: Black Ecologies of the Spirit
sokari ekine
Aug 3, 2021
"Altars: Black Ecologies of the Spirit" is a visual and textual intervention that addresses the making and significance of altars in the lives of black queer subjects the Gulf South. Using visual imagery, conversations, and contemporary research, the project explores how we as black queer subjects participate in African Diasporic spiritual practices through the creation of altars and ritual.

New Orleans, Louisiana.  2019 - 2020

To be published December 2021

Sokari Ekine

Sokari Ekine is a Queer Nigerian British Feminist, diasporic nomad, visual scholar, and activist, writer, educator seeking out new possibilities and ways of being beyond the normative and hegemony of whiteness, heterosexuality and native informers.
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