“I wanted something porous, a polymeric structure where the voice, agency, geography, and temporality of others collude to produce a more compelling version of the world.” This Synthetic Moment, an exhibition curated by artist David Hartt at David Nolan Gallery, brings together a diverse selection of artists using photography as a means to assert a strong sense of identity.
From 18 January. Find out more: www.davidnolangallery.com.
Credits: 1. Kwame Brathwaite, Untitled (Photo shoot at a school for one of the many modeling groups who had begun to embrace natural hairstyles in the 1960s), c. 1966, archival pigment print,15 x 15 in (38.1 x 38.1 cm). Courtesy the artist and Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles.