Sonic histories + black sociality: bart fitzgerald discusses music for the ‘Framing the Trap’ artist talk at Portland’s home school, Oct 27

, 26 October 2017

home school is hosting artist talk ‘Framing the Trap: Postmodern Aesthetics, Themes and Theories from the Trap’ by bart fitzgerald at Portland’s Reed College Chapel on October 27.

Organised in collaboration with Cooley Gallery director Stephanie Synder, the event will also be live streamed as the artist/curator/writer and lecturer discusses his recent work and the relationship it has to trap music. 

Looking at the genre’s “sonic histories, relation to the black church and spirituality, and postmodern aesthetic practices,” fitzgerald will frame and explore this tradition within his own practice, which looks at ‘black sociality, religion and queerness.’

Visit the FB event page for details.**