culture/nature/structure

Meghan Moe Beitiks

Black Lives>Artspeak (2020)

Two phrases, “Relationally Fundamental Aesthetics” and “Socially Literate Practice” are scrawled on the screens of two windows in chalk, distorted by reflections and layers. As day fades to night, the chalk becomes less visible, and light from indoors cuts through the lettering to read “Black Lives Matter.”

Please donate to GLITS (swopbehindbars.giv.sh/b9d2), the OKRA PROJECT (www.theokraproject.com/) or a local org that supports Black Trans, Queer & Femme Lives.

Featured in the 2020 Terrain Exhibitions Art in Place and Purple Window Gallery’s HELLO NEIGHBOR.

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