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ANNOUNCING THE 2017 RESIDENTS

Each artist will be in residence for 4-6 weeks between Aug.-Dec. 2017

2016 CAS artists-in-residence

May 1-7 Tiona McClodden is a North Philadelphia-based filmmaker and visual artist whose "work explores shared ideas, values, and beliefs within the African Diaspora, or what I call, “Black mentifact”. I’m interested in Blackness and nostalgia; and how the past, present, and future can intersect visually and thematically within time based work." See photos from Tiona's residency here  

May 1-7

Tiona McClodden is a North Philadelphia-based filmmaker and visual artist whose "work explores shared ideas, values, and beliefs within the African Diaspora, or what I call, “Black mentifact”. I’m interested in Blackness and nostalgia; and how the past, present, and future can intersect visually and thematically within time based work."

See photos from Tiona's residency here


 

May 27-June 2 Kameelah Janan Rasheed is an artist-archivist whose work reckons with the complexity of memory, ritual, historiography, and archival practices as they relate to the construction of both personal and social histories. www.kameelahr.com See photos from Kameelah's residency here

May 27-June 2

Kameelah Janan Rasheed is an artist-archivist whose work reckons with the complexity of memory, ritual, historiography, and archival practices as they relate to the construction of both personal and social histories.
www.kameelahr.com

See photos from Kameelah's residency here

May 14-20 Louis Chude-Sokei is a writer and scholar. He is the author of several books including The Sound of Culture: Diaspora and Black Technopoetics. Read his essay "Dr. Satan's Echo Chamber" here.

May 14-20

Louis Chude-Sokei is a writer and scholar. He is the author of several books including The Sound of Culture: Diaspora and Black Technopoetics.
Read his essay "Dr. Satan's Echo Chamber" here.

September A poet and visual artist, Krista Franklin's work concerns "The Fantastic, the surreal, mythmaking, black portraiture, and the collective conscious", taking form in "collage, hand papermaking, installation, poetry, letterpress, altered bookmaking and performance". Read an interview at 60 Inches from Center www.kristafranklin.com See photos from Krista's residency here

September

A poet and visual artist, Krista Franklin's work concerns "The Fantastic, the surreal, mythmaking, black portraiture, and the collective conscious", taking form in "collage, hand papermaking, installation, poetry, letterpress, altered bookmaking and performance".
Read an interview at 60 Inches from Center
www.kristafranklin.com

See photos from Krista's residency here

Photo by Chuck Olu-Alabi October Alexandria Eregbu's curatorial, performance, and installation-based work concerns community, materiality, performativity, and the visibility of racialized and gendered bodies in space. Her research during the CAS residency will focus on Afrosurrealism. Read an interview at 1137 www.alexandriaeregbu.com

Photo by Chuck Olu-Alabi
October

Alexandria Eregbu's curatorial, performance, and installation-based work concerns community, materiality, performativity, and the visibility of racialized and gendered bodies in space. Her research during the CAS residency will focus on Afrosurrealism.
Read an interview at 1137
www.alexandriaeregbu.com

November D. Cain is a Chicago-based filmmaker, theorist, teaching artist, and writer. He is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago’s Cinematic Art + Science Program. His work explores the invisible realms of being and the subjects bound by them. He nurtures & utilizes the emotionality of characters and the unconscious to influence its very own aesthetic, creating unique expressionist perceptions.

November

D. Cain is a Chicago-based filmmaker, theorist, teaching artist, and writer. He is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago’s Cinematic Art + Science Program. His work explores the invisible realms of being and the subjects bound by them. He nurtures & utilizes the emotionality of characters and the unconscious to influence its very own aesthetic, creating unique expressionist perceptions.

December 1 - 7 Terence Nance is a Brooklyn-based, Texas-born filmmaker, musician, and performance artist. His film An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. terrencenance.com

December 1 - 7

Terence Nance is a Brooklyn-based, Texas-born filmmaker, musician, and performance artist. His film An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
terrencenance.com

 


The Center for Afrofuturist Studies (CAS) is an initiative to re-imagine new futures for marginalized peoples by generating safe work spaces for artists of color. Organized by Anaïs Duplan, CAS hosts visiting artists and artists-in-residence and produces lectures, workshops, public forums, and exhibitions on the intersections of race, technology, and the diaspora.

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