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Jesús Montoya, 19 years old. Student of hispano-american and venezuelan literature (Universidad de los Andes, Venezuela)

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Lola Dupré

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#art #collage #Lola Dupré





David Delruelle

David Delruelle

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#art #collage #David Delruelle





Matthieu Bourel

Matthieu Bourel

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#Art #collage #Matthieu Bourel





Lamberto Teotino

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#Art #collage #photography #Lamberto Teotino





Mathilde Aubier

Mathilde Aubier

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#Mathilde Aubier #Art #Illustration #collage





Terra Nullius
A Latin expression derived from the Roman law meaning ‘land that belongs to no one’.This phrase regained popularity at the end of the 1800s when white settlers started stealing land around the world: in Canada and the USA, in South America and South Africa, in North Africa and Siberia, in central Asia and central Australia. The extermination of indigenous people produced no man’s land which, according to the doctrine of terra nullius, gave the white settlers the right to occupy it.
At the time, most whites believed non-whites were inferior racially i.e. doomed to be annihilated anyway. They could refer to Charles Darwin to back this up. In Chapter 5 and 6 of the Decent of Man (1871) he sees the extermination of indigenous peoples as a natural part of the evolutionary process. Animal species have always exterminated one and another; savages have always exterminated one and another. So now ‘civilised’ people will exterminate the savage races.
Ashkan Honarvar
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#Art #Ashkan Honarvar #collage





Beto Prieto

Beto Prieto

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#Beto Prieto #art #collage





Ms. neaux neaux

Ms. neaux neaux

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#art #collage





Julie Cockburn

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#art #collage #embroidery #Julie Cockburn #crafts





Atemporalby Beto Prieto

Atemporal
by Beto Prieto

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#art #collage





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