Felicity Colman: PR5-003; PR5-002; PR5-011

Adoption and Adaption

As a colonial subject, I am always mindful of my migratory status within Empire. I can locate some of the active-points of my collective subjectivity within the slides in this collection.

The colonial history of the control, manipulation of collective existence is located, and complicated in these three slides – to be read together, as enactments of industrialised memories that are never singular events:

A simple reminder on the semiotic nature of our communications principles;

A political marker of the lived materiality of the indigenous topology, after invasion.

Mimi-spirit models of women becoming cat-fish

Felicity Colman
Professor of Film and Media Arts
The Manchester School of Art
Manchester Metropolitan University


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