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creative / projects

various multimedia works and projects created in collaboration with other artists, institutions, and creative partners

 
 

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Exhibition catalogue essay, Finding the Garden: On Darker Gods and World-building Our Way to Freedom

Commissioned to write the opening essay, Finding the Garden: On Darker Gods and World-building Our Way to Freedom, featured in the exhibition catalogue for multidisciplinary artist Damon Davis’ highly-anticipated debut solo show, “Darker Gods in the Garden of the Low-Hanging Heavens.” The show was on view at The Luminary in St. Louis, Missouri during their summer 2018 exhibition season. Exhibition catalogues are available for purchase here.


 

BEOTIS roster partnership with Rayo & Honey: A Small Kind of Freedom

In 2017, BEOTIS CREATIVE partnered with Rayo & Honey to produce an exclusive line of limited edition pennants designed by each member of the 2017 BEOTIS artist roster. The full collection, including my pennant, “A Small Kind of Freedom,” is currently sold out. To view an archive of the collection, click here.


 

Participant in “Mourning the Fourth: A Liberation Movement” photography series

“Mourning the Fourth: A Liberation Movement” is a photography series conceived, organized, and produced by photographer Kristen Trudo as part of her project, Radically Tender. The portrait series, presented on July 4, 2017, examines how people of color complicate an reimagine ideas of freedom, patriotism, history, and American-ness. The series also gathered responses to the questions, what does patriotism mean to you? and what does freedom mean to you? to accompany the portraits. For the full photo series, click here.


 

Kuumba Talks Guest Lecture: “Art as a method for change, Creation as a form of structural revolution”

Kuumba Talks is a community speaker series started at Washington University in St. Louis designed to celebrate the creativity, inventiveness, and change-making ideas of students on campus. Talks often have a socially-conscious lens, tackle humanitarian or environmental challenges, or explore an area of future innovation. My guest lecture, “Art as a method for change, Creation as a form of structural revolution,” explores the role of art in resistance and the power of creativity as an accessible entry point to enact change. An archive of past Kuumba Talks is available here.

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