Re(cognition explores the intersection of African diaspora culture with technology.
Blackness is often excluded in visions of technologically-driven progress. In Re(cognition I propose an Afrofuturistic vision of black womanhood that is bold, technological, and boundless.
Black women’s braided hair is a source of pride, confidence, community, and creativity in how we present ourselves to the world.
Materials: projection mapping, paper, projector, plywood, paracord, laptop
Dimensions: 110 inches x 46 inches
Exhibitions: Nicole Longnecker Gallery (Houston), DeadlineArtATX 2 (Austin)
Team: Lisa B Woods