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Art-making is a language Silvi Naçi has always comfortably spoken.

Silvi’s mixed memories of their homeland demonstrate the complexity of the immigrant experience.

Mayor Menino with AFH teens. The Mayor’s Mural Crew was started during his time in office.
An ongoing project: “Building bricks for communal healing.”
“ha mer ika, Institutional Interruptions”, a book on the immigrant and queer experience.
An experimental film, “The Bow Wake [Vala e Harkut], 2019”
Stand Up: Women* You Should Know, a pop-up exhibition at Gallery Kayafas.

He always supported me in going higher. “I’ll see you at the top, going up those clouds — you can go higher, you can go higher!” he would say.





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