The press release for the show begins with a quote by Rezaire, “The Internet is exploitative, exclusionary, classist, patriarchal, racist, homophobic, transphobic, fatphobic, coercive and manipulative. We need to
decolonise and heal our technologies. Healing is resistance.” The installation, which explores a ‘digital healing activism’, is framed within the realities of online violence, but seeks to decolonise technology and envision a way to re-connect with our bodies.
The French born Guyanese/Danish and Johannesburg-based artist is a self-described “intersectional preacher” and “health practitioner” who explores health, technology, sexuality and spirituality through the lens of decolonization, working to dismantle the “pervasive matrix” of white supremacy and its effect on identity.**