Working across video, writing, installation and other new media, the interdisciplinary artist explores “dialectics formalized in Black radicalism and organized labor into a context of networked virtual life” and seeks to reveal dynamics at play and embedded in technology and contemporary culture.
Also a co-founder of the arts and politics publication UNBAG, American Artist first wrote a text for Issue 2: End titled ‘Black gooey Universe’ which seeks what that might be, perhaps “a planar body that longs for the solitude and vastness of the command-line, yet nuanced and sharp, to usurp and destroy a contemporary hegemonic interface.” Exploring form(less)-ness, they ask, “where does the black screen reside? “
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