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Meech Boakye is an artist and illustrator engaging with ancestral practices and material research as rituals of care and remediation. Ongoing works exist in a mutable archive—slowly digesting in stomachs or decomposing in piles of hot compost—as conduits for cyborgian thought and armatures for healing from extractive landscapes.


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