Artist. Activist. Academic.
Like so many artists and academics during the pandemic, my travel, touring and conference-ing are on pause. Please join me online as I reflect upon the political meanings of the pandemic, the global uprising against racism, and the burgeoning slow food movement in kitchens everywhere.
Those of us with the privilege to have a home, a kitchen, and resources to buy food, have been cooking up a storm. There is a slow food movement happening in our homes and gardens, transforming the ways that we think about food. There is also a global revolution against police violence. How does food connect us to the larger, bloody, gasping world?
This is the blog for The Studio for Media Activism & Critical Thought. Check out "Twenty-One Seconds of Silence: on White Privilege, Accountability & Action" by me, "The Wealth Gap Existed Long Before Covid 19", a short race history of Canadian pandemics by Dr. Cheryl Thompson, and more.
Co-Director of The Studio for Media Activism & Critical Thought. Intersectional feminism, queer/race theory, digital media, artivism,media activism in the academy, collaborating with students, artists and academics.