“The Sounds of Guinendade” was the motto for the talk by Paulette Gomis during the public event held at AiR 351 on June 24.
Paulette Gomis is a Paris-based PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the INALCO University. She is currently working on a project thesis entitled: “Transmission of Manjaku culture (Guinea-Bissau): woven fabric as a communication tool”. She is particularly interested in the phenomenon of migration and its impact on the transgenerational transmission of Manjaku culture in France. Her research work is part of a multidisciplinary approach.
Paulette was in residency at AiR 351 from March 20 until June 30 with the support of DGARTES (Apoio a projectos 2021. Artes Visuais, Criação e Edição).
For the synopsis and the full program please check the page dedicated to this event (Talks & Screenings 2023).