oil on panel
48 x 60 in.
Devin N. Morris
Playing Roles on TV: Wife, Mother, Grandmother, 2018
acrylic, colored paper, colored pencil, oil pastel, silk, and leather on paper
diptych: each 30 x 22 in.
Kahlil Robert Irving
Street Block: Lost/Found/Chance, 2017
collagraph and collaged found objects
42 1/4 x 40 in.
Kearra Amaya Gopee
Artifact #1: Tiger Balm, 2017
single channel video, bureau, archival images, raspberry pie, plants, visa applications, paper
Quítate tú pa ponerme yo, 2012 - 2018
oil, acrylic and collage on foam panel, and tv/vcr combo cement, glass, nails, latex paint, phone cord, and video cassette
Nes (from Infinity Series), 2016
hand-written text of graphite on paper
30 x 26 in.
We the News, 2018
Interactive wall activation and zines
Reclaimed artifacts taken from the land that used to be the White Hill Plantation in Orangeburgh, SC where his ancestors were enslaved. A shovel, a medicine bottle and a wood carving al representing different aspects of the existence in that space. The enslaver, Dr. Van de Vestine Jamison is represented in the bottle as he was a physician, the shovel represents the forced labor and work of the life as an enslaved human, and the carving represents their humanity, brain, desires and intellect.
brush your blues, 2017
archival inkjet photography
24 x 16 in.
Here Comes the Storm, 2018
terrycloth, polymer paint, oil pastel, paper on canvas
38 x 38 in.
Block Party: Lizania Cruz, Kenturah Davis, Kearra Amaya Gopee, Kahlil Robert Irving, Alex Jackson, Devin N. Morris, Kenny Rivero, Shikeith and Vaughn Spann