Against Extractivism: An Interview with Fannie Sosa
by Alison Hugill // Aug. 04, 2020
Fannie Sosa is an afro-sudaka activist, artist and scholar whose work focusses on pleasure and its transmission as a radical act of resistance. In 2016, they launched ‘A White Institution’s Guide for Welcoming Artists…[read on]
Article by Göksu Kunak – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.
Interview by Alison Hugill // June 22, 2015
Argentinian and Black-Brazilian artist and researcher Fannie Sosa has been travelling the world, both online and off, with her deeply healing and politically-informed twerkshops. Sosa is well-versed in the history of…[read on]
Article by Alison Hugill // June 05, 2015
For the month of June, Berlin Art Link is launching a series of feature articles, interviews, and studio visits on the theme of Art & Feminism. To kick off the series we offer this list, that begins as a dialogue with Elvia Wilk’s…[read on]