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Interlacing Distributed Intelligence/ Noir Care

June 22 - September 18

Interlacing Distributed Intelligence Noir Care

Richard-Jonathan Nelson

Museum of the African Diaspora is pleased to present the second exhibition in the 2022-2023 Emerging Artists Program, Interlacing distributed intelligence/noir care, a solo exhibition of multidisciplinary textile artist Richard-Jonathan Nelson. The Black body and craft can be intermeshed to depict our western culture’s speculative future no matter how foreign the idea of Black craft is outside of the American Low country. Through the hybridizing of traditional craft practices like embroidery, weaving, and quilting along with digital art, Interlacing distributed intelligence/noir care reimagines the Black body as a place for futuristic progress. Nelson’s work is balanced visually between the dichotomy of Blackness as an expansive unknowable monolithic void and a chromatically intense generator of culture.

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June 22
End:
September 18
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MoAD | Museum of the African Diaspora
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MoAD | Museum of the African Diaspora
685 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105 United States
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