Playing tracks by
Yesterday's New Quintet, 40 Winks and Boom Clap Bachelors.
“The Two Thousand & Thirteen Narrative(s) of Naima Brown” is a body of visual, text and sound works that incorporate a wide breadth of subject matter, inspired by folklore of the African Diaspora, contemporary black and Latino literature, AfroFuturism, AfroSurrealism, American Gothic, the supernatural, the speculative and the Fantastic. The installation complicates and contributes to the artistic scholarship of the female body of color, notions about the multi-racial narrative, and the ever-changing and disposable 21st Century identity through an interdisciplinary lens. “The Two Thousand & Thirteen Narrative(s) of Naima Brown”: The Score, curated and engineered by Perpetual Rebel, featuring the poems and voice of Ladan Osman, and the poems of Lucille Clifton, is the sound component of the final installation.