Family no matter what, No matter what familyI created a piece that is quite personal to me but I wanted to focus on the positive aspects of it. I used my family’s faces and mix and matched them to show what it means to be a family. The moving image and the projection was to… Read more »
Month: August 2021
Ahmad’s work reimagines the symbolism of flags and its relationship to place and home for immigrant, displaced, and exiled communities.
Ahmad’s work will also be featured in an exhibition at Gallery B in Bethesda, MD from September 9 through October 3.
TQ Live! presents a resplendently queer evening of dazzling performances: music, dance, drag, spoken word, comedy, pole work, video, and more.
DeYoung was invited to speak about his work and new trajectories in moving-image art practice at prominent conferences during Summer 2021.
“Nine Mile Run Viewfinder” is a series of portals for seeing, hearing, and smelling the waterway beneath our feet.
Geneva Skeen works with recordings, voice, mixed instrumentation, architecture, video, sculpture, and software processing.
The conversation includes a focus on on the work of the Italian-born, self-taught artist, Carol Rama.
Anthony Hawley writes, “This presentation takes a deep dive into the many dimensions of the flesh in 2021.”