Surface Knowledge, the latest Flaherty NYC screening series, presents enthralling experimental documentary shorts which play with ways of seeing and experiencing the world.
Sondra Perry Offers Viewers a Drone Perspective
Surveilling the landscape of Cleveland, Sondra Perry’s latest exhibition A Terrible Thing fashions an institutional critique of MoCA Cleveland.
Sondra Perry’s First Solo European Show Engulfs Visitors in Turner’s “The Slave Ship”
Typhoon Coming On challenges visitors to consider the UK’s complicity in the dehumanisation of black people.
Two Days of Activism, Blackness, and Visual Culture with Sondra Perry
The artist has collaborated with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School to organize two days of screenings and panels focused on investigating the intersections of black identities and activism in contemporary visual culture.
Tensions Over Untapped Oil Run Just Beneath the Surface at a Norwegian Art Festival
The Lofoten International Art Festival is in the only part of Norway where drilling for oil is not currently permitted, but that could change.
Confronting Our Existential Dilemmas in a Live-Simulated Fantasy World
For Emissaries, Ian Cheng designed three self-playing video games that take place on a fictitious volcanic island.
See Film and Video Art on the Big Screen at BAM
The eighth edition of Migrating Forms, running March 24–30, includes works by General Idea, Cauleen Smith, Jonathas de Andrade, Sondra Perry, and others.
Police Brutality and the Possibilities of Evil
Sondra Perry’s solo show at the Kitchen is more than an installation about the institutionally sanctioned killing of black people; it’s about how we frame and understand that reality.