Andil Gosine is Professor of Environmental Arts and Justice at York University, and author of Nature’s Wild: Love, Sex and Law in the Caribbean. His research, artistic and curatorial practices attend to imbrications of ecology, power and desire. Dr. Gosine created and has led “Visual Arts After Indenture” since 2014, and is custodian of the Colin M. Robinson Archives. In 2024, Dr. Gosine is resident at the Clark Art Institute as its Beinecke Fellow.


PublicationsArtCritical Engagements 

Images from Our Holy Waters, And Mine (2014/2018)