Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.

Race Symbiosis dealt with collaboration and reciprocity amongst different races. It was a ritual based on the cycles of life: birth, infancy, youth, adulthood, old age and death.

Clay in hermitic traditions is a prima material, an original substance of creation.

The black and white baby dolls being pushed in a golden wheelbarrow suggest the earthly vehicles of nurture required for equal development and prosperity of all children despite their ethnicity.

Performance Artists:

George Afedzi Hughes and Geoff Krawczyk. Video: Kyle Butler. Photography: Jim Paulsen.


Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.

Race Symbiosis dealt with collaboration and reciprocity amongst different races. It was a ritual based on the cycles of life: birth, infancy, youth, adulthood, old age and death.

Clay in hermitic traditions is a prima material, an original substance of creation.

The black and white baby dolls being pushed in a golden wheelbarrow suggest the earthly vehicles of nurture required for equal development and prosperity of all children despite their ethnicity.

Performance Artists:

George Afedzi Hughes and Geoff Krawczyk. Video: Kyle Butler. Photography: Jim Paulsen.


Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
Race Symbiosis, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
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