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Tomoko Hisamatsu

Tomoko Hisamatsu, “300 Yen Paintings” 2020-, 176 x 250mm each work, acrylic and collage on paper, etc. Born and raised in Mie, Japan, Tomoko Hisamatsu studied in Yamagata, and is now based near Tokyo. As a painter, she creates mainly research-based figurative works. Tomoko’s practice is marked by her interactions with various local communities from …

Dante Buu

Dante Buu, “and you—do you die happy?”, 2021, Long-durational performance, Photo documentation of performance at the Festival Localize: Encounters, Badestelle neben Strandbad, Park Babelsberg, Potsdam, 2021 (photo: Adam Sevens), Courtesy of artist. Born and raised in Mie, Japan, Tomoko Hisamatsu studied in Yamagata, and is now based near Tokyo. As a painter, she creates mainly …

Lau Wai

Lau attempts to investigate how history, fiction, personal memory, and virtuality collide in the process of identity formations, through utilizing photography, moving images, new media, sculptural objects, and installation. Their research and material sources range from personal and historical archives to cinematic imagery, popular culture, and emerging technologies. Lau was born in Hong Kong and …

Calli Roche

Calli Roche, Journey Inside, 2021. Image courtesy the artist  My recent works evolved from thoughts surrounding classism and exceptionalism in the African diasporic community. My attempt at externalizing the tension between innate, inherited, ancestral values and indoctrinated western values; creating space for Black mediocrity as a site of critique, for re-evaluating Black entanglements with capitalism …

Rap on Race without Rice

To conclude Dominique Duroseau’s gal·va·nizing strat·e·gies: [Black on Black with Black] on view at Cuchifritos Gallery, Artists Alliance presents Rap on Race without Rice. A continuation of Duroseau’s ongoing participatory performance series, Rap on Race with Rice, this iteration of the project unfolds through a new series of one-on-one conversations that foster public and private …