Naming what was once unnameable





Naming what was once unnameable (2013, ongoing) is about naming processes of otherization from today’s self-conscious and empowered perspective of Black women and women of color: what was once unnameable becomes nameable.

Starting from interviews with Black women and women of color, who have grown up in the German-speaking context, the project highlights how discrimination and otherization are embedded in childhood on an individual as well as on a structural level.

Images © Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski