all the shades.
Orisha my alter. #mood
i'm in New York for the holidays. seeing family, friends, and art. i caught another excerpt from Kahlil Joseph's Shadow Play at the New Museum. per usual, i was blown away.
having watched Black Mary throughout last month, i am so full off this iteration. i can honestly admit that I have a reverence that borders on jealousy for film artists/makers. where and when the visual and the sonic meet is everything. Kahlil has certainly mastered that space while leaving room for the viewer to float, bounce, rock, melt, soak...and BE in that in between.
i could've watched this short film all day. i might go back, before i leave for cali, and take it all in again.
here are the sounds for Fly Paper. read up on the exhibition and more here.
after the crazy lessons of 2017, we're certainly in need of some repair.
sounds from MEND...
Black Mary - A Film by Kahlil Joseph
y'all, i'm floored...#foreverinspo
To coincide with Tate Modern's exhibition 'Soul of a Nation Art in the Age of Black Power' Tate commissioned filmmaker Kahlil Joseph to create a new and exclusive film inspired by the haunting black and white photography of Roy DeCarava.
Part 1 (of a two-part film) featuring Alice Smith's haunting rework of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ "I Put a Spell on You."
sounds from the second 5/5ths installment!
sounds from HOLD for your listening pleasure...