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The Black Show forms an extended meditation on the United States in patterns cut by class, economic status, culture, race, gender, and history. Rodney McMillian brings together a focused selection of work that offers black-ness as subject, form, process, emotion, and politics.

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The Black Show forms an extended meditation on the United States in patterns cut by class, economic status, culture, race, gender, and history. It brings together a tightly focused selection of new and recent work that offers black-ness as subject, form, process, emotion, and politics. The exhibition pivots around approximately 45 minutes of coordinated video, marking the most extensive use of …

The Black Show forms an extended meditation on the United States in patterns cut by class, economic status, culture, race, gender, and history. It brings together a tightly focused selection of new and recent work that offers black-ness as subject, form, process, emotion, and politics. The exhibition pivots around approximately 45 minutes of coordinated video, marking the most extensive use of this medium by McMillian to date. Additionally, in late spring McMillian’s off-site performance, Hanging with Clarence, offers an engagement with history as a dark, messy, and incomprehensible material …

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118 S 36th St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US