Devin Troy Strother, Kandis Williams, and Ebony Haynes Devin Troy Strother, Kandis Williams, and Ebony Haynes
Devin Troy Strother, Kandis Williams, and Ebony Haynes

Ebony Haynes, Devin Troy Strother & Kandis L. Williams

Ebony Haynes, Devin Troy Strother & Kandis L. Williams

The artists Kandis L. Williams and Devin Troy Strother join gallery director Ebony Haynes for a discussion about the contemporary tensions of presenting the black body as it relates to sexuality, politics, and history. The panel considers the current potential of a black postmodern moment, enabled by social media platforms that offer new strategies for countering systems of control and propagandistic uses of black subjectivity.

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