The Power Plant

Anique Jordan

Anique Jordan is an award-winning artist, writer, and curator whose practice stems from and returns to the communities that inform it. As an artist, Jordan creates what she calls “impossible images” that combine foundations of traditional Trinidadian carnival and hauntology—a theory referring to past social or cultural elements that linger in the present like a ghost—to challenge historical narratives. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Photography at the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence.