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Cami Thomas presents Tuko Sasa

Câmi Thomas, Tuko Sasa, 2020, video still. Courtesy of the artist. reflect / project is pleased to present Tuko Sasa, which translates to “We are Now” from Swahili. Tuko Sasa is a short experimental film by St. Louis–based artist Câmi Thomas. Though much of Thomas’s earlier work took the form...
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Reclaimed Histories and Cosmic Time

Interchange Artist Fellows Christina Patiño Sukhgian Houle/Las Imaginistas (Brownsville, TX), Dave Loewenstein & Pauline Sharp (Lawrence, KS), Simone Cottrell (Fayetteville, AR), and Jonathan Wei (Austin, TX) discuss monuments, reclaimed histories, community-based storytelling, cosmic time, and more. Facilitated by Sean Starowitz (Bloomington, IN), moderated by Puce Felling and recorded on October...
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Kristen Lyle opens Playground Stories

Kristen Lyle, excerpt from Playground Stories, 2018; digital video, time: 5:49; Courtesy of the artist Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA) is pleased to present the October reflect / project exhibition from St. Louis artist Kristen Lyle and their short films. Playground Stories and Outside the Sandbox. “Gendered thinking and unconscious bias affects everyone, but...
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Unexpected Interventions

Interchange Artist Fellows Israel Alejandro Garcia Garcia (Kansas City, MO), Kendell Harbin (Kansas City, MO), and Erika Nelson (Lucas, KS) discuss art & place, unexpected interventions, and more. Facilitated by Armando Minjarez (Wichita, KS), moderated by Puce Felling and recorded on September 20, 2020.
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Amplifying Narratives

Interchange Artist Fellows Crystal Z Campbell, Mark Menjivar, and Xochitl Rodriquez discuss social practice in times of crisis, amplifying narratives, silenced histories, and more within the context of this current zeitgeist. Facilitated by Chloe Bass, moderated by Puce Felling and recorded on September 12, 2020.
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Adam McKinney Unfolds History

Portrait of the artist dressed as Fred Rouse, 2019, tintype photograph, Courtesy of the artist; Adam W. McKinney McKinney created Unfolding History (August 2020), a nine-minute film using dance footage in the traumatic sites associated with the racial lynching of Fred Rouse to tell Rouse’s story. The video also includes archival footage from...
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Join the Conversation

We need to be talking about being responsible to the words we use and to the actions we undertake in the name of those words so that we no longer remain complicit and this is a way to do that. Especially right now.  The world is changing in increasingly volatile...
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reflect / project Artists Announced

reflect / project is an exhibition series featuring socially engaged video work by a selection of artists who identify as Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, and persons of color. The series provides a digital outlet for projects and initiatives that have been affected by the distancing restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic. reflect...
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