PACSUN: FREEDOM TO FLY
Watermill Center Water Mill, NY
WORTH THE WEIGHT
A hotline was created for Black women to anonymously leave voicemails with unwanted stereotypes and labels. These words were written on gold bricks and destroyed with a golden sledgehammer.
(don't) use me: wadi rum
This examination of freedom & time through began with a question: “If time didn’t chain you, what would you do to feel free?” Black women around the world and women across Amman (artists, refugees, mothers, and daughters) were interviewed and their answers were collected and woven into the headpiece worn during the performance. Profits earned from this series were shared with the Al Hussein Refugee Community Center in Jordan.
A VIRTUAL BRUNCH: GIVE BLACK WOMEN THEIR FLOWERS
Wadi Rum, Jordan
Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles, CA
(Don't) use me
Due to pay inequity, it takes a Black woman eight months into the next calendar year to earn what a white man earned in 365 days. To further quantify this lost time, Breon invited Black women to share how they would reclaim 8 months of stolen time. During the performance, each handwritten reclamation of time was worn as a flower in her afro.