In a context of educational, social, and financial marginalization of artistic practice in the anglophone Caribbean, the high degree of self-motivation and resilience required of artists is often manifest in their work. This essay profiles one such artist, the young Vincentian Caroline “booops” Sardine, for whom social violence, in the form of racial, class, and gender stereotyping, as well as a personal experience of physical violence and its attendant trauma, provide the substance of her work.
Jane Bryce; Bleeding, Wailing, and Hypnosis: The Words and Images of Caroline “booops” Sardine. Small Axe 1 November 2013; 17 (3 (42)): 16–34. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/07990537-2378901
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