THE RIGHT TO OPACITY (2019)

This collection considers a community, or one’s uniqueness, as a heterotopia – that is, a place that is out of the “sight and mind” of the public sphere. Commenting specifically on Black Communities, this abstract place has the potential to thusly become a “safe” one.

* First shown at Black Sands: A History of Black Horror

(Asylum Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, 2021)

Tests (2018)

The right to opacity (2019)