KELANN
CURRIE-WILLIAMS



PHOTOGRAPHY
   
    haligonia
     uncrown her
     close-ups
     super(i)mposition
      in dialogue
   
 
     17-18
     15-16


DESIGN

    illustrations
     event posters  

    
ABOUT
CV
CONTACT
Kelann Currie-Williams is a Montreal-based visual artist, writer, and interdisciplinary master's student at Concordia University in the Individualized Program (INDI), where her research spans the fields of oral history, visual culture, photography theory, and cultural geography, as they intersect with Black Study. Her current work focuses on the vernacular photography practices as well as insititutional and community/ personal photographic archives of Black Canadians.

She holds a BA in Communication Studies with a minor in Film Studies. She is a member of Senselab, a research-creation lab under Milieux Institute’s Performing Art Research Cluster (LePARC) and an affiliate of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS).