KELANN
CURRIE-WILLIAMS



ABOUT
CV
CONTACT




WRITINGS
 
 academic articles

PHOTOGRAPHY

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


DESIGN

      editorial design
      illustrations

      event posters
Kelann Currie-Williams is a ND visual artist, writer, and oral historian based in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal. She is a PhD student in the Interdisciplinary Humanities Program at Concordia University where her research spans the fields of visual culture, photography theory, Black Canadian studies,  oral history, and cultural geography. Her current work focuses on the histories of vernacular photography practices in Black Canada and their presence within community, personal, and institutional photographic archives and collections.

She holds a MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Fine Arts as well as a BA in Communication Studies (with a minor in Film Studies), both from Concordia University. She is an affiliate of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS), a member of Post Image cluster (Milieux Institute), and the Access in the Making lab.

          a black woman in a yellow coat standing next to a parked bike in front of a store in downtown Montreal. her reflection is seen in the glass windows that she is facing.