Garner confronts viewers with the unspeakable abuses perpetrated on the bodies — and subjectivities — of Black women.
For her tattoo designs, Doreen Garner mined the Reanimation Library, a collection of obscure books, finding hand signals and “the occasional escalator going up into a vagina.”
Doreen Garner and Kenya (Robinson)’s two-person exhibition examines the bloody history of white male supremacy and evokes the notion of karmic retribution.
The works in Stranger Things at Outpost Artists Resources highlight the high stakes of our attitudes toward human bodies.
Doreen Garner’s sculptures vividly evoke the violence done to black women’s bodies in the name of science and beauty.