“As organic matter produced by physiological processes human hair seems to be a ‘natural’ aspect of the body. Yet hair is never a straightforward biological ‘fact’ because it is almost always groomed, prepared, cut, concealed and generally’worked upon’ by human hands. Such practices socialize hair, making it the medium of significant ‘statements’ about self and society and the codes of value that bind them, or don’t.” —Kobena Mercer
List of works:
- Black Hair Has Always Been Sci Fi, 2020. Ink and digital collage on paper, 11″ x 17″ in.
- The Natural History of Good Black Hair, 2020. Ink and digital collage on paper, 11″ x 17″ in.
- More Art than Science,
- The Biopolitics of Black Resistance, 2020. Ink and digital college collon on paper, 11″ x 17″ in.