of colour by Katherine Agyemaa Agard

of colour by Katherine Agyemaa Agard
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Literary Nonfiction. Poetry. Art. OF COLOUR is an experimental essay about color, hybridity, and art-making. It is a memoir of Agyemaa Agard's coming to North America and encountering binaries of black and white within global anti-blackness. It is a manifesto for an experience of color that embraces change: the prismatic, the perverse, and that which is wholly beyond categorization.