Amarie Gipson

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Two Black women stand in the street. One, filmmaker Ja'Tovia Gary, wears a red scarf as she holds a micrphone in front of the woman wearing a yellow coat. The woman wearing the yellow coat is preparing to answer a question.
Visualizing Refusal: Ja’Tovia Gary’s Acts of Care

The bass in Alice Coltrane’s 1971 song “Journey in Satchidananda” provides the pulse to black-and-white…

Image of artist Dozie Kanu. Kanu's eyes are closed as he poses serenely against a backdrop of trees. He is wearing a black collared shirt.
Dozie Kanu’s Sculptures Create an Ambiguous Visual Vocabulary

How does one go beyond the confines of iconography to produce a new visual language…

005_POWER.TRANSFORM=ROTATE(180DEG).EXE, the game THE CHAMBER SERIES #10.5

shawné michaelain holloway, Evan Ifekoya, and sidony o’neal come together around shared practices of engaging…

Melanin-o-phonic Space or, The Speaker Body As Totem

shawné michaelain holloway, Evan Ifekoya, and sidony o’neal come together around shared practices of engaging…

A Topology of Infinity and Internal Alchemy

shawné michaelain holloway, Evan Ifekoya, and sidony o’neal come together around shared practices of engaging…

A Letter from an Arts Worker: DeLana Dameron-John

  Dear Jess, I am at my writing desk this rainy Wednesday morning, before the…

Kara Walker’s Sainthood

What can satisfy the souls of bodies that are imprinted with pain so deep it…

Curating In An Era Of Change: In Conversation With Stephanie Cunningham

Ashley Stull Meyers:  Let’s take it from the top and hear a little bit about…

Curating In An Era Of Change: In Conversation With E. Jane

Ashley Stull Meyers: You’ve catalyzed the internet so well in both your work as an…

Hammer Projects: Simone Leigh

In the small town of Natchez, Mississippi, diners at a restaurant called Mammy’s Cupboard enjoy…