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Island State of Mine

Island State of Mine

This idea of “paradise” is sometimes the furthest from the truth. We are constantly trying to keep our heads above water and stay afloat, presenting idyllic faces to the world all the while struggling with the global realities of climate change, refugee crises, and Belt and Road Initiatives.

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Island State of Mine (2017)

Short (1mins) Art / Experimental

Region:

Trinidad and Tobago

Rating:

No Rating

Director(s):

Richard Rawlins


About the Director(s):

Richard Rawlins

Richard Mark Rawlins (b.1967), Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. He currently lives and works in Hastings, UK. A graduate of the Royal College of Art’s print programme (2019), Rawlins’ research takes a transnational approach to the “pop-cultural” poetics and politics of life in the Caribbean, the contested and resultant histories/realities of colonialism and it’s transpontine consequence, black identity and diaspora politics.

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