Kumi James (aka Bae Bae)
Music & Performance

Kumi James (aka BAE BAE)

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Sound artist and DJ Kumi James (aka BAE BAE), currently an artist in residence at the Hammer, will stage a performance in gallery containing Rita McBride’s installation Particulates. James’s work explores the immanence of what can be made of a moment, the vital nature of collectivity, and the integral connection between growth and decay. Performing with James will be Colloboh (a portmanteau of Collins Oboh)

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