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Sarah MK Moody

Sarah MK Moody (b. Chicago, 1988) is a multi-disciplinary artist, curator, doula, healing arts guide, space builder and creator, community justice advocate and feminist based in Erie, Penn by way of Miami, Fla, and New York City. Her work is rooted in bringing people together...

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Ruddy Marc Roquelaure

Ruddy Marc Roquelaure  Ruddy Marc Roquelaure works and lives in Guadeloupe. After several years spent in France, and Vancouver in the west coast of Canada, he returned to his native land in 2013, where he reaffirmed his Afro-Caribbean “identity.”  As a visual/graphic artist, his journey...

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Bruno Metura

Born in Commercy (near Verdun), France of Caribbean parents, (Guadeloupean father and Martinique mother), Métura resided in Lorraine, Germany and Deux-Sevres, France before returning to the West Indies, where his aspiration to live in his original culture was affirmed. Métura entered the regional school of...

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Stephanie J. Woods

Stephanie J. Woods is a multi-media artist from Charlotte NC creating textile, photography, video, and community-engaged projects. Through the use of symbolic materials and imagery referencing black american culture and the southern experience, her body of work examines the cognitive effects of forced cultural assimilation,...

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Monique Luck

Soulful figures textured with emotion emerge, revealing colorful, lyrical stories moving fluidly across canvas. Luck models the features of figures and natural forms using fragments of found paper. “As I assemble a collage, I often wish I could rearrange pieces of my life as I...

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Francois Piquet

Francois Piquet, born in Paris suburb in 1967, lives and create in Guadeloupe since 2000. Francois Piquet lives and creates in the "Tout-Monde", where he chooses to experiment Edouard Glissant's "creolisation" and the contingencies of a contemporary multiform art, to replace art in its social and...

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Joel Nankin

Joel Nankin: Born on 4 March 1955, Joël Nankin lives and works in Guadeloupe. Painter, musician, but also political activist, he has made his life a fight for creole identity. Passionate about percussion, he founded in 1979 the AKIYO group, a musical project and separatist...

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Simone Pierre

Simone Pierre has been a consultant and trainer for over 15 years. Based in Guadeloupe and an expert in solidarity and social economy, she provides individual and corporate management advising to corporations and associations. She assists professionals and individuals in the areas of business creation,...

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Henri Tauliaut

For two decades, the artist-researcher has been interested in the relationship between art and science, directing his research in two main directions: interactive art and Bio-Art. He holds a thesis whose title is: biological and digital arts in relation with the living in the contemporary...

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