Coolitude

In 2015 Danny Flynn made a series of screen-prints using archival research material taken from historian Marina Carter. The original photographs depict Indian migrants who went to Mauritius on contracts of indenture in the early 1800s. The prints also incorporate Coolitude poetry by Khal Torabully.

COOLITUDE Screen-Prints
Editions of 2-3

Vencatapun (No.236,869)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Beekano (No.326,164)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Burrun (No.403,149)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Kooldeep (No.360,007)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Noorun (No.378,182)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Ramma (No.298,450)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Soobdhan (No.330,816)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Armoogum (No.306,031)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Name missing
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Shreemutty (No.41,293)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Goolshukhan (No.359,750)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Name missing
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Mardaye (No.116,372)
£350 (£400 framed)

 

Sohodew (No.384 891)
£350 (£400 framed)
 

 

Name missing
£350 (£400 framed) 

 

Name missing
£350 (£400 framed) 

 

Tiong Kan (No.4768)
£350 (£400 framed) 

 

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