LaToya Ruby Frazier, Shea standing above the Flint River on the Flint River Trail near the University of Michigan Flint Campus 2016 / 2017; image: courtesy the artist and Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York/Rome
Film, For Families, For Members, Free, Screening, Special Event

Screening and Discussion with LaToya Ruby Frazier, Carlos Motta, and Tuan Andrew Nguyen

Saturday, Oct 26, 2019

2:30 p.m.

Free with RSVP

Featuring video works by three SOFT POWER artists, this screening considers the theme of water as an element that connects people through stories of resistance and violence.

The program will be followed by a conversation with the artists, moderated by Jamal Batts.

Jamal Batts is a doctoral candidate at UC Berkeley and a member of the curatorial collective The Black Aesthetic. He was the curatorial intern for SOFT POWER.

Screening Details

Total run time: 67 min.

Carlos Motta, Nefandus, 2013, 13 min., 4 sec.

Tuan Andrew Nguyen, The Island, 2017, 42 min.

LaToya Ruby Frazier, Flint is Family, 2016, 11 min., 50 sec.