Hosted by Abdul-Aliy Muhammad, featuring the works and practices of Vitche-Boul Ra, Rayla Reshawn, Misty Sol and Denise Valentine.
Friday, November 15, 2019 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM at the Painted Bride Art Center, 230 Vine Street, 19106
Black Spatial Relics is a new performance residency about slavery, justice and freedom.
Gather with Black artists investigating freedom amongst narrative, storytelling, and an array of embodied practices at the Black Spatial Relics Performance Showcase. Pointing toward the multitudes of approaches to Black freedom, the showcase engages works in varied forms and stages of development amounting to a space for collective witness and dreaming.
Hosted by activist, artist, writer and co-founder of the Black and Brown Workers Collective, Abdul-Aliy Muhammad, the evening features the brilliant works and practices of Vitche-Boul Ra, Rayla Reshawn, Misty Sol and Denise Valentine. The evening will also hold opportunities to learn about other efforts nationally working to convene witnesses in and around Black vigilant performance.
This free event is open to the public with registration.