Seen is a journal of film and visual culture focused on Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities globally, published by BlackStar Projects twice each calendar year.



Photo of Seen Issue 004 cover shows Martine Syms screaming upside down, her name and the magazine title in yellow. She wears green braids.

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Observed
Monthly missives on film, art, and more

Installation view of Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme: May amnesia never kiss us on the mouth. There are two large projections. The one on the left has an image of a person with big curly hair and a yellow t-shirt, they are in a forest-like setting. The text on top of the image says "WE ARE IN THE NEGATIVE" in English, beside that is Arabic text that presumably says the same. The projection on the right is a blown-out image of a group of people, their silhouettes are a bright white. The text on the image says "WE ARE IN THE NEGATIVE" in English, beside that is Arabic text that presumably says the same.