Closing event for was a loved filled seal to this month long exhibition==ceremony!
Tuesday, October 2nd 5:30-7:30pm
Facilitated congregational/collective singing and a process Sangodare created for collective composing using Black Feminist texts and Black Church music traditions from the south.
Konda Mason visit!
Thursday, September 13th 6-8:30pm
We used recorded sound and extemporaneous testimony in an interactive space. Sangodare also shared a sermon.
Sunday, September 9th 2:30-5:30pm -
Sharing the technology Sangodare created (from the process of character development for film) using affirmative, collective and individual intention to create prayer as sonic art. Sangodare also shared a sermon.
This exhibition featured live Sermons, Altars, a Multisensory Dome, Films, soundscapes, original music compositions, adornment and other visual art elements sourced by Sangodare's art, collaborations and spiritual practice. The sermons drew on Black Feminist Sacred Texts, Scriptural wisdom from the African diaspora and Soul music. The altars were activated by touch and intention which called forth sound, video and/or light to the altar.
Inherit Light: An Evolutionary Practice of Love Consciousness, the exhibition, opened on the University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus in Minneapolis, MN on September 6th, 2018 at the Quarter Gallery in the Regis Center for the Arts. It was curated by the incomparable Courtney Reid-Eaton of Durham, NC - The Black Center.
Alexis: Omg! I’m so excited. Let me take a picture!
Sangodare: Okay, but there’s literally nothing in here...literally. Nothing...
In a little over a month this entire gallery will be filled with queer black spiritual technology aka artwork. So proud and excited!!!! (alexispauline)