Ugandan-born London-based multimedia artist Zarina Bhimji uses photography, film, and sound installations to explore topics like history and memory, particularly as it relates to post-colonial Africa and Europe. Her work features hauntingly sparse landscapes and ethereal soundtracks. In conversation with Vesela Sretenović, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, The Phillips Collection. In collaboration with the George Washington University with support from the Phillips International Forum.
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