An experiment in visual and auditory cacophony which dives deep into trauma and personal healing and coming to terms with one’s inner demons. Inspired by traditions of masquerade and the carnivalesque as spaces of healing.
Short (2mins) Art / Experimental | Trinidad and Tobago
Rachel Lee is an artist and writer whose work is highly introspective and attempts to reconcile trauma and identity. Her written work spans from journalism to playwriting. She is currently a literature student at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine.
Christopher Lou-Hing is an artist and researcher based in Trinidad and Tobago. Their practice is centered on issues of post-coloniality, queer identity, and its relation to the image. Lou-Hing’s current research project is based at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine and investigates lens-based artistic practices in the Caribbean diaspora.