Detroit native and Sarasota, FL, resident Sims addresses the connection between Blackness and the complex history of the American South. In particular, his work is a response to the controversies around the Confederate flag and to the active movement questioning the very nature of sacred symbols, visual terrorism and identity politics shaped by symbols.
Wednesday-Thursday, 1-5pm, by appointment.
Friday-Sunday, 1-5pm, open to the public.
This event is free. Social distancing observed.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
701 Center for Contemporary Art, 701 Whaley Street, 2nd Floor, Columbia, United States