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What We Could('ve) Been

For the past couple of months, I've mapped out a summer curriculum and will be committing to a photo project study focusing on the  systems and their relationship to the African diaspora, the bodies of work that have targeted these systems and how artists and theorists actively work to dismantle them. I will be using the data i collect to build the foundation for my photo exhibition: What We Could('ve) Be(en).


Telling the visual stories of black expansion, and our transportation from violence and racism of Planet Earth through photo, film, literature, dance and other mediums. Afrofuturism teaches us that we're allowed to have a sense of agency within our lives.

We're provided the opportunity to look at the vast wealth of knowledge and possibility contributed by people of african descent to the philosophy and sciences of art.

What We Could('ve) Be(en) Video Essay

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