Black Magic Art Collective grew out of a rew of people creating political art for the #blacklivesmatter movement. In this blacklight installation we are asking the viewer to re-imagine blackness.
Who Taught You How To Love Yourself? BLACK WOMEN
This is a God Dream. 2016
This Dia de Los Muertos installation multi-media installation was created by a crew of dope ass black and brown artists. Wessam al badry's photographs of Mario Woods, a unarmed black men killed by San Francisco Police Department, are the center piece for this altar honoring black and brown people killed by state violence. The photographs are suspended by invisible wire and float in front of a 10ft wall of marigolds crowned with eucalyptus leaves. At the bottom sits traditional altar artifacts like cowerie shells, candy skulls adorned with dinka symbols and candles to honor ancestors.
artists- april martin, ben jones, sandra ramirez, wessam al badry,
with assistacne by: carey lamphrect
Every Beat of My Heart
A behind-the-scenes documentary about Kerry James Marshall's Rythm Mastr exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts.