Minia Biabiany (1988, Guadeloupe) works between Mexico city and Saint-Claude. Her work proceeds from an investigation on the perception of space to the paradigms of weaving and opacity in storytelling and language. In her practice she deconstructs narratives linked with colonial presence and heritages in our realities in installations and videos. 

She initiated the artistic and pedagogical collective project Semillero Caribe in 2016 and continues today with the ongoing project Doukou, to explore pedagogical decolonial practices with the body and from concepts of Caribbean authors.

Her work has been shown in the Xth Biennale de Berlin, TEOR/éTica in Costa Rica, Witte de Wite in Rotterdam, Cràter Invertido en Mexico, Prix Sc Po 2019 in Paris, SIGNAL in Malmö...

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Selected works