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<aside> <img src="/icons/cursor-click_lightgray.svg" alt="/icons/cursor-click_lightgray.svg" width="40px" /> elekhlekha อีเหละเขละขละ is a collaborative research-based group consisting of artists, Kengchakaj–เก่งฉกาจ (https://kengchakaj.info/) and Nitcha–ณิชชา(เฟม) (https://nitcha.info/), interested in subversive storytelling using sound and visual archives, researching into historical context, and using multimedia and technology to experiment and explore and define decolonized possibilities. We’re currently based in Occupied Lenapehoking(Brooklyn, NYC), the unceded lands of the Lenni-Lenape and home for many Indigenous peoples past, present, and future. more


<aside> <img src="/icons/fireworks_lightgray.svg" alt="/icons/fireworks_lightgray.svg" width="40px" /> elekhlekha อีเหละเขละขละ is a Thai word that means dispersedly, chaos, unorganized, all over the place, and non-direction to break free our practices from being labeled through a Western lens. Also, as a strategy to push the boundaries and unlearn biases created by current systems, systems that usually have defined lines, exact measurement, and borders–to break free our practices from labeling by keeping our structure fluid and non-directive and carrying expansion possibilities. full statement


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