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20 April 2006

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Troy

Outstanding! I would've never have known about this unless I read it here. Thank you Rod!

jack

I wonder if this will ever come out on DVD...

noite

Thanks for this - It really speaks to the trans-Atlantic influence of race, history, and art upon sexuality. I hadn't realized that Sunil Gupta was part of this project, which further illustrates inter-ethnic collaborations and made me want to find out more about his work. I came upon this interesting site about a past exhibition that has a good essay on the topic of race and culture in the trans-Atlantic context:http://colophon.com/arts-x/caribctr/intro.html

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