James Jordan Johnson: Negotiations of Obeah Material Memory – The Denigration of Material Belief Systems

‘Negotiations of Obeah Material Memory: The Denigration of Material Belief Systems’ is a research project and series of photographic performances by James Jordan Johnson on Jamaica’s passing and consecration of laws, sanctions and prison recordings relating to Obeah practitioners throughout the 1800s and early 1900s.

Performance (pictures), chalk, moringa, white husk, pickaxe, string, bottle, water, flour, sorrel, tree bark & wood
Duration: 120 min.