Wendy Nanan

“Wendy Nanan” is a rare glimpse into the life and work of the groundbreaking Trinidadian artist, told in her own words. Sensitive to the artist’s reticence, the film follows Nanan’s creation of the sculptural work, “Breath”, as she recounts key moments in the development of her life and four-decades-plus practice in Port of Spain, Trinidad.

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Wendy Nanan (2019)

Short (24mins) Documentary


Trinidad and Tobago




Andil Gosine


Sun 26 Sep 2021, ALL DAY *,

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Caribbean Premiere

Andil Gosine

Andil Gosine

Andil Gosine is Professor of Environmental Art and Justice at York University in Toronto, Canada, and author of Nature’s Wild: Love, Sex and Law in the Caribbean. He is also curator of the forthcoming exhibition “everything slackens in a wreck-” at the Ford Foundation Gallery in New York. Gosine’s companion short film, “Breath”, will premiere as part of Nanan’s solo exhibition at the Art Museum of the Americas, in Washington DC, later this year.

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