Transdisciplinary Practice

As a transdisciplinary artist, I move through multiple forms to document my life and work as a conscientious objector to white supremacy, racial capitalism, and related structures of violence. Rooted in free improvisation, free jazz, and free composition, my creative practice also engages (among other concepts and modalities) embodied cognition and performance; archiving and archival reading; Black feminist and Indigenous refusal; Gestalt psychoanalysis and talk therapy; and hypervigilance, harm reduction, and “apothecarism” (my term).

My central project—Demaster Class/Method to My Madness (#DCMMM)—is a durational YouTube series that exposes my ongoing divestment from whiteness (as Saidiya Hartman has urged). Please find examples of it and some of my other art-making below.

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Demonstration set 1 (“photography”)

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Demonstration set 2 (“video”)

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Demonstration set 3 (“performance”)

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Demonstration set 4 (“film”)

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Demonstration set 5 (“sacred music”)

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