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“Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Robinson” at Columbus Museum of Art @ Hyperallergic

COLUMBUS, OH — The Yoruba philosophy of ase or ashe (fromàṣẹ) speaks to a way of life with specific spiritual and social constructs, but also has a particular influence on Yoruba artmaking. Aside from the precise rituals associated with deities, there is a general notion of piece-work — countless individual […]

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House Calls follow-up, and artist talk for “Results or Roses” @ UMIH

Do you love to see me talk out my face about my art? YOU’RE IN LUCK!! Debuting to day, a follow up to my Spring House Call with Amanda Krugliak, brialliant person and Director of the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities Gallery, wherein we discuss my show, Results […]

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“Objects: USA 2020” @ Hyperallergic

50 years is an aeon in the art world, and a powerful increment of time by which to mark change in contemporary ideas. The book Objects: USA 2020 (The Monacelli Press, 2020) seeks just such a reckoning, by first revisiting and recapping the influential exhibition, Objects: USA, presented in 1969 at […]

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“Results or Roses” @ University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities Gallery

Folks, I am wildly proud to be able to finally debut the virtual gallery for my show, Results or Roses, at the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities Gallery. To get to work with Amanda Krugliak, whose work as a curator I have been in awe of for years, […]

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Stuff I Did This Summer

It’s back-to-school time, which means we’re all going to have to submit our reports on what we did this summer. Aside from garden stuff and learning different ways to use sourdough starter to make an array of breakfast baked goods — and watching LOTS of Netflix and listening to LOTS […]

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“Immigrant Song” (2020)

Taking a moment to celebrate the completion of a piece I started on New Year’s Day of this year. The buffalo hoop actually became its own separate thing, one of several pieces I completed concurrently with this one. It seems to be my way to start a lot of pieces […]

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“Zohar Studios: The Lost Years” by Stephen Berkman @ Hyperallergic

The perception of photography as a documental form is based on a simple premise: you cannot photograph something that isn’t there. In his latest project, photographer Stephen Berkman turns this idea on its head by claiming to document what is no longer there … and maybe what never was. On […]

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