Liquid Blackness: (A) Black Lineage of the Music Art Video
On Thursday, March 28 liquid blackness, a research group on blackness and aesthetics from the Moving Image Studies doctoral program at Georgia State University, will host a conversation on “(A) Black Lineage of the Music Art Video” during Contemporary Cocktails at Atlanta Contemporary.
Faculty founder, Alessandra Raengo and other members of the liquid blackness research group, Jenny Gunn and Jazmine Hudson, will screen and discuss the music video work of contemporary black filmmakers including Arthur Jafa, Kahlil Joseph, Bradford Young, and Jenn Nkiru who have been the focus of liquid blackness research projects. The Contemporary Cocktails conversation will provide background on the work of liquid blackness and the evolution of the music art video in preparation for the upcoming visit of British-Nigerian filmmaker, Jenn Nkiru who will be visiting Atlanta Sunday, April 14th for a screening and artist talk.
Parking is free in the lot at Bankhead & Means streets. You can access the lot via Bankhead Avenue and proceed past the parking attendant booth.