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Hall draws out the long durée by which diasporan artists today address slavery’s afterlives. He goes on to map the work of several black British artists who undertook Belisario’s diasporic journey in reverse, “returning to some of the thematic ground that his work occupied” and articulating the broken, decentered legacies of slavery, “ruptured by a turbulent history and the traumas of migration, and unsettled by the ‘play’ of nostalgia and desire that haunts every ‘return,’ real or symbolic.”

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