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Minia Biabiany (Guadeloupe,1988) works and lives in Guadeloupe.

In her practice she observs how the perception of the body is entangled with the perception of space, land and History. Mainly in installations and videos, she convoques the gestures of weaving by creating poetical and political narratives linked with self-understanding and healing. She explores the possibility of an enunciation out of the dominant colonial storytelling particularly in the context of Guadeloupe and the consequences of the french assimilation in the relations between the people the land and the plants.

Her work has been shown in the Xth Biennale de Berlin, TEOR/éTica in Costa Rica, Witte de Wite in Rotterdam, Cràter Invertido in Mexico, Prix Sc Po 2019 in Paris, SIGNAL in Malmö. She had a solo show in the Palais de Tokyo in fall 2022 and her first multilingual monograph Ritmo Volcan came out at the Edition house Temblores.

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