The EAHR Group's Online Exhibition regularly features works created by ethnocultural and BIPOC artists.
This month, EAHR is proud to present online African artist and Concordia recent graduate Chelsy Monie's photographic series titled Voiceless Utterance (2018). Comprised of 9 digital photographic prints, Monie features nine women from across the continent of Africa in a subversive stance taking on a 'new venus', (re)placing the African artist, scholar, culture, and body in a new critical framework. Their mouths are blurred not to remove their voices, but to emphasize their silence. The piece speaks to the need to not only see African artists/artworks, but to hear them too. To learn more, check out this article on Monie's piece being exhibited at the VAV Gallery and the Vitrine as well as having stemmed from her research with the EAHR Research Residency: Diversifying Academia at Concordia.