Nanna Debois Buhl: A Journey in Two Directions, 2010

    With her beautifully printed and bound A Journey in Two Directions, Nanna Debois Buhl examines traces of Denmark’s colonial past in the intersection of Afro-Caribbean, American, and Danish histories. Navigating with imperfect maps between unfamiliar terrain and familiar surroundings, Buhl’s journey takes her through archives and streetscapes, islands and museums, as she investigates the varied and variable signs of these overlapping histories through photographic documentation, found imagery, and empirical writings. With contributions from Naja Marie Aidt, Johanna Burton, Edgar O. Lake, Thomas J. Lax, Tone Olaf Nielsen, and Louise Wolthers.



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