This collective publication is a singular invitation to discover or deepen the universe of Tabita Rezaire, at the intersection of new technologies, decolonial healing, spirituality and the political history of science. Through numerous contributions from poets, theorists, artists and her friends and relatives, she invokes the wisdom of the womb: the mother womb, the earth womb, the cosmic womb, for us to receive its grace.
This book is part of a series of monographic publications co-published with the Espace multimédia Gantner devoted to women artists in connection with technology.
Tabita Rezaire (born 1989 in Paris) is an artist, yoga teacher, doula, and farmer. Her cross-dimensional practice envisions network sciences—organic, electronic and spiritual—as healing technologies. Embracing digital, corporeal and ancestral memory, she digs into scientific imaginaries and mystical realms to tackle the colonial wounds and energetic imbalances that affect the songs of our body-mind-spirits. Tabita Rezaire is based in French Guiana, where she is birthing AMAKABA (http://amakaba.org).
Rezaire's practice explores decolonial healing through the politics of technology, spirituality Navigating architectures of power—online and offline—her works tackle the pervasive matrix of coloniality . Disseminating light, her digital healing activism offers substitute readings decentering occidental authority, hoping to assist in the "dismantling [of] our white-supremacist-patriarchal-cis-hetero-globalized world screen".