Serubiri Moses

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A Letter To Marlon Riggs

Dear Marlon, I wanted to write to you, in light of your film work and…

The Provocation Of Ambiguity And Agency

On a pitch-black stage, a single spotlight shines on a tall, thin woman clad in…

At The High Museum, Basquiat’s Star Still Shines Brightly

“…[T]his requires a hip-hop sensibility to the extent that codes artistically arranged are the hallmark…

“Why Ain’t There No [Sisters] On The Wall?”

Sometimes, when I look up the photographers behind the credits of my favorite magazines, newspapers,…

The Poetics Of Wangechi Mutu’s Hybrid Human

Violence is a force exerted with intent to destabilize. It’s often described in congruence with…

To You, From Me // Meditations On The Poetics Of Revolution: A Letter To Kerry James Marshall

I. I don’t subscribe to transcendental notions, generally. I like for things to be firmly…

Melancholia, Black Moaning, And Futile Hope

Praying Protesting And knowing that there will be no peace These are, I think, the…

The New Curriculum: Reflections On The 2015 Creative Time Fall Summit

The 2015 Creative Time Summit in New York City, a two day long conference that…

A.I.R Gallery Considers The State Of Feminism Through The Visual

Feminism and its waves have met their fair share of backlash. Ann Oakley and Juliet…

Notes On Postcolonial Theory As Cinematic Fantasy

1. The genesis of this inquiry on the aesthetics of post-colonialism really lies in the…