A Black Space

“Space Is The Place” (1974) by Sun Ra
“Abu Simbel” (2005-’06) by Ellen Gallagher
Parliament Funkadelic’s Mothership (1975)
Radcliffe Bailey’s “Windward Coast” (2009–2011), close up
Radcliffe Bailey’s “Windward Coast” (2009–2011)
Peter Williams’ “Dis-Ferguston” (2014)
Carrie Mae Weem’s “Blue Black Boy (from Colored People)” (1989–1990)

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Baltimore-based conceptual visual artist, digital storyteller, and sci-fi enthusiast, using the lens/theory of mundane Afrofuturism to guide her works.

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Safiyah Cheatam

Safiyah Cheatam

Baltimore-based conceptual visual artist, digital storyteller, and sci-fi enthusiast, using the lens/theory of mundane Afrofuturism to guide her works.

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