Between Naming and Knowing Someone: Language, Gender, and Colonial History, by Levi C. R. Hord

Levi C. R. Hord specialises in transgender studies and queer theory. In this article, they respond to our current exhibition with Mariana Castillo Deball, looking particularly at the history and representation of We’wha (1849 – 1896), a Zuni weaver and potter featured in the show. Through We’wha’s story Hord speaks about gender, language and colonial history… Continue reading Between Naming and Knowing Someone: Language, Gender, and Colonial History, by Levi C. R. Hord

The making of Johanna Unzueta: Tools for Life

“The materials I use are impermanent, vulnerable to change. […] This transience is about how we exist, our expectations of permanence and longevity.” – Johanna Unzueta, Artforum, March 2020 Watch artist Johanna Unzueta create one of her beautiful wall murals directly onto the walls of Modern Art Oxford. These drawings form part of her exhibition Tools for… Continue reading The making of Johanna Unzueta: Tools for Life