• Lindsey de Roos

10 questions of inquiry #1

How might reclaiming colonial forms fo representation, help to re-sculpt the narratives of those who have been historically hurt by them?


What are the mechanisms that can be used to create agency for those who are under and misrepresented by western ideologies of race?


How and why would remapping western notions of safety and ethics formulate a structure that puts the well-being of the "cultural inquirer" first?


How might navigating through ancestral and first nation heritage help to build a stronger sense of identity within the creator?


In what ways will utilising the notions of recycling as a form of creative exploration in clay and its abilities to reconcile removed histories?


How might using the social practices of writing contribute to to Diaspora discourse of inquiry?


How might reconnecting with my South African heritage activate the role of personal memory and its relationship with clay?


Why utilising disrupting normative uses of language and using it as a material, will act as reconciliation for culturally removed memories?


How might engaging in an ethical process of photographing open pathways into discussing cultural memory and diasporic experiences?


How tactile ways clay making and experimental photography can function to reconcile removed histories that are still made invisible by neocolonial systems.








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