Island Time, Scotland and Venice
Between the Myths and Memories, David Livingstone Birthplace Museum Commission
Between the Myths and Memories is a pamphlet and repository for two commissioned works by Clementine Ewokolo Burnley and Natasha Thembiso Ruwona which premiered at the October 2022 event Our Stories Between the Myths and Memories, a partnership between David Livingstone Birthplace Museum and The Skinny.
Scottish Black History as Hauntology, Hauntologies as Ecologies in (Un)Learning Through Architecture, Architecture Fringe, Available here
WIP, Rest Care + Festivals, Developed for Live Art in Scotland Festivals Forum event, Summerhall
Drink in the Beauty review, Nothing Personal Issue 2, Available here
locating maritime memories; bodily movements, bodily moments, Grin: Expectations of Generosity, Available here
A response and continued conversation to theatre production Grin directed by Mele Broomes in collaboration with Kemono L.Riot, Divine Tasinda and Levent Nyembo. Community-building, refusals, friendship, support and networks of care grounds the development of Grin. This is a reflection of the Black experience in Scotland.
Review of Faya Dayi, Hyperallergic
What has not yet come: On climate crisis, colonialism, displacement, and ancestral inheritance in This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection, Early Career Critics Workshop, Berwick Film Festival