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Thomas Waller

Thomas Waller is a PhD candidate at the University of Nottingham, researching Portuguese-language African literatures and cinemas with a particular focus on the cultural production of Angola and Mozambique. Working within the analytical framework of the world-systems tradition, his research looks at the ways in which cultural production from Portuguese-speaking Africa registers a tension between ‘the local’ and ‘the global’, for example in the conflict between local social conditions and global cultural and economic agendas.


Translatability in Mozambican Contemporary Art

Thomas Waller

In this essay, researcher Thomas Waller explores ‘translatability’ through patterns of interference in the works of Gemuce and Félix Mula.