Interviews

Anastasia Warren

We first met in high school through a film photography course at ICP, but since then you’ve gone to express your creativity in different ways. What mediums are you working in now? Photography was my first exploration of light, reflection, and performance, whether that was as a witness or as an actor. It was something…

Rebecca “Becx” Williams

Working in her hometown of Kingston, Rebecca “Becx” Williams (she/her) is a filmmaker aiming to cultivate a voice for young people in Jamaica and beyond. Her debut film, Out of Many, premiered at the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival this September, and shares the story of Asha, the teenage daughter of a politician who is left to grapple with a strange…

SK

SK (they/them) initially caught my eye with their feathered 80’s hair and eclectic style, but then I realized their art practice was just as compelling. Working in a variety of mediums, SK seeks to have conversations surrounding animation and performance, specifically centering blackness. As of recent, a fragile yet striking force of nature—the flower, has…

Victoria Villier

Victoria Villier (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist and actress based in New York City. She’s interested in productions that center what it means to be a Black person, most specifically a Black woman. In addition to her work within the theatre community, Victoria is a poet, recently participating in an interdisciplinary poetry residency at Ken…

Tuere Nicole

Tuere (she/her) is a painter based in Madrid creating a wondrous world of color. Her practice focuses on the performative aspects of femininity and the playfulness that comes along with exploring sexuality. She recently shifted her focus to contribute to the Black Lives Matter movement by creating posters for the first BLM protest in Madrid,…

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