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Fiona Dragstra – Is a picture worth a thousand words?

Ouagadougou, May 11th, 2015. In our Western world of written history and text, we often see this as the only place where knowledge is created and spread. Institutionalized knowledge is created and spread through words. Once not written down, something is subject to our ownRead More


Fiona Dragstra – Connecting in Times of Power Cuts

Ouagadougou, April 2015 La realite Africaine or c’est la vie are phrases often heard when the power falls short in Ouagadougou. The issue of access to power, energy, and plugs prove to be a new little dimension to connecting and communicating in my research, whichRead More