Interview with Blavity on black art, Afrofuturism and Diaspora:

"I find solace in my own motion. Movement is home, and that’s why so much of my work is interactive and constantly changing with the user. I tweak my film every time I screen it. I allow the changing lights and unique spaces to reform the colors and shadows of my installations. I find solace in change and I want users that experience my work to feel that motion too. It’s about transcending definition and borders. It’s about embracing the nowhere, the Abyss and the potential energy in empty space." read more at Blavity

"I find solace in my own motion. Movement is home, and that’s why so much of my work is interactive and constantly changing with the user. I tweak my film every time I screen it. I allow the changing lights and unique spaces to reform the colors and shadows of my installations. I find solace in change and I want users that experience my work to feel that motion too. It’s about transcending definition and borders. It’s about embracing the nowhere, the Abyss and the potential energy in empty space."

read more at Blavity