Black Ecologies

MARCH 02: Black Ecologies proposes the concept of Black Ecologies as a “resistance to extractive ecologies across the colonial-capitalist world.” Recognizing our world at a crossroads, Black Ecologies is a multigenerational, multidimensional call to scholarship, reading, and action to constellate Black diasporic visions of ecological reparations for a segregated planet featuring contributors Simone + Trynne Delaney, Thuli Gamedze, J. Drew Lanham, K’eguro Macharia, Amber Jamila Musser, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Romy Opperman, Danielle Purifoy, and Lisandro Suriel.

MARCH 02 is designed by Untitled (Yvon Langué, Imane Bensouda Koraichi, Soukaina Aboulaoula), a design and curatorial agency based in Marrakech, Morocco. Their proposition draws inspiration from indigenous knowledge systems, most precisely African fractals, not only as geometric figures and forms, but as a tool to think and produce design principles.

Publication date: October 2021
Format: 15 x 30 cm softcover
130 pages
Categories: Art, Theory, Criticism, Politics
Retail price: €17/$20
ISBN: 978-0-9980774-2-0
Editor: Imani Jacqueline Brown
Design: Untitled