We Are Not Small Pieces is filled with the experiences and perceptions of different African creatives because we know what it is like to be affected by African Politics. Here, you will find that you are not alone.
The pieces in the collection seek to unravel the mental landscape. Memories, feelings and emotions are laid bare and examined in prose, poetry and visual art. The artists-in-residence creatively explored the mind, guided thematically by the four elements.
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