Jareh Das

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Sitting with Discomfort: Christina Quarles Interviewed by Jareh Das
A colorful swirl of female bodies in a mix of figuration and abstraction titled,  For a Flaw / For a Fall / For the End, Christina Quarles

Paintings and installations that unfix the body.

Sitting with Discomfort: Christina Quarles Interviewed by Jareh Das
A colorful swirl of female bodies in a mix of figuration and abstraction titled,  For a Flaw / For a Fall / For the End, Christina Quarles

Paintings and installations that unfix the body.

Making and Destroying Myths: Precious Okoyomon Interviewed by Jareh Das
A stack of large rocks surrounded by rings of dirt and smaller rocks titled, FRAGMENTED BODY PERCEPTIONS AS HIGHER VIBRATION FREQUENCIES TO GOD, by Precious Okoyomon

Texts, installations, and performances that address the global operations of race.

Metaphors of Malleability: Shawanda Corbett Interviewed by Jareh Das
An installation view of pairs of thin ceramic vessels painted in a variety of colors on a wooden table with geometric paintings in the background titled, Neighbourhood Garden, by Shawanda Corbett

The recent Turner bursary recipient discusses her interdisciplinary practice.

New Readings, New Meanings: Frida Orupabo Interviewed by Jareh Das
A collage image of a woman of African descent wearing white an peering over her left shoulder titled, Untitled, by Frida Orupabo

Working with collage to undo the gendered and racist gaze.

Multiple Representations: Florine Démosthène Interviewed by Jareh Das
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Shapeshifting, cosmological nudes.

Labor and Nature: Deborah Anzinger Interviewed by Jareh Das
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An art of the body and the environment.

Have We Done Enough to Remember? Have We Remembered Enough?: Contemplating AIDS in Contemporary Art by Jareh Das
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Artists and exhibitions address the AIDS crisis.

Black, Feminist, Spiritual, and Alive: Cauleen Smith’s Give It or Leave It by Jareh Das
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Cauleen Smith tangles the past with figures from African American histories, Afrofuturism, Radical Jazz, and alternative futures.

Samantha Sweeting by Jareh Das
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London-based artist Samantha Sweeting talks about giant dollhouses, her childhood abroad, and the “wild” within all of us.

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