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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 of documentaries and digital collages,...
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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 particularly trans and gender non-conforming...
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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 the late nineteenth century, 1920s...
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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 / project is pleased to announce...
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reflect / project launches with world premiere from Crystal Z Campbell

Pictured above: Crystal Z Campbell, video still from VIEWFINDER, 2020; digital video with stereo sound Mid-America Arts Alliance is pleased to present reflect / project, an exhibition series featuring socially engaged video work by a selection of artists who identify as Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, and persons of color. reflect / project incorporates social practice artists associated with...
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