Founder, Black Contemporary Art. Social Media Producer, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Thinks there needs to be more conversations around black technologists who make things creatively.
Believes in the power of taking yourself seriously.
“Blackness is a technology in and of itself. The way we survive and thrive has always been contingent on building technologies against the system that sets us up to fail.”
Believes social media success is relative.
Thinks studying art can be a daunting task for black scholars.
“Limiting your commitments doesn’t make you weak – it means that you’re aware of what is best for you.”
Believes if we’re honest with ourselves right now, we have to admit that we all exist as digital’s bitches.
Thinks social media puts museums in your pocket.
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