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Artist Talk w/Bobby Hill: Stellar II (10 Dec 20)
Artist Talk w/Bobby Hill: Stellar II (10 Dec 20)The 2020 STELLAR Part 2 Collection is a continuation of getting back to the basics in order to move forward and rediscover who I am as a visual artist. Repurposed wood is still used as the surface in which the paintings are created on... however that’s where the similarities end. Unlike the first collection, these works are created mainly by collaging multiple screen-printed images together, which gave me the ability to create 2-3 different versions of each image. In addition, the theme of the collection is “Celebrate Fighting Back!” Each mixed media painting lives up to that phrase by interweaving the events of the present year 2020 with historic rebellious uprisings, African masks, and the beauty of women in all shapes and sizes.
(Intro) A Season Called Freedom
(Intro) A Season Called FreedomIntro from "A Season Called Freedom" i can’t name the season, but i know freedom when i see it, let’s not pick on reasons, only crows disturb the meaning i played victim long enough, time to sweep the burdens now, shake the wrinkles out, move my feet, keep my song alive, dance a groove made for me, graceful jumps on battle lines, read between the factors, follow life’s simple road signs i apply myself to a curriculum, jot down my intuitions, preparation for pop quizzes, so bring those dirty dishes, i’ll clean them no complaints, i don’t mind the unknown, left behind inside the sink, ready to sink, below my see level, though i try not to stuff remnants, since bouts clog pipes, like doubts block sight, like how stops why, from flight Written by: OceansFelt Vocals by: OceansFelt Background Singer: OceansFelt Instrumental by: OceansFelt
Steve Locke: In The Name of Love (NYU Gallatin)
Steve Locke: In The Name of Love (NYU Gallatin)Working in a variety of media—including painting, drawing, sculpture, video, and installation—Locke traces his own memories and the formation of his sexuality, offering a testimony of his loves and losses that he situates in the larger context of the vulnerabilities of the African American experience. In works that confront growing up gay and coming under fire from religious extremists and sculptures and texts that echo the brutalities inflicted on the bodies of black men, Locke offers his intimate, honest inquiry of his own history which, in turn, interrogates the American landscape in which the work is made. STEVE LOCKE (b. 1963, Cleveland, OH) is a Boston-based artist, raised in Detroit, Michigan. He received an MFA in 2001 from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and holds Bachelors Degrees from Boston University and MassArt. He attended the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture in 2002. He has been artist-in-residence at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston (2016) and for the City of Boston (2018). He has received grants from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, and The Art Matters Foundation. Solo exhibitions include, there is no one left to blame, curated by Helen Molesworth for the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, The School of Love with Samsøñ (Boston, MA), Family Pictures with Gallery Kayafas (Boston, MA) and most recently #Killers at YOURS MINE & OURS in New York. He has had solo projects with the Boston Public Library, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Mendes Wood in Sao Paulo, Brazil, at VOLTA 5 in Basel, Switzerland and P.S. Satellites-A Project of Prospect IV in New Orleans. His work has been reviewed in ARTFORUM, Art in America, Art New England, JUXTAPOZ, The Boston Globe, and The New Yorker. He is a professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.