A HISTORY OF STEWART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TOLD THROUGH THE FRAMEWORK OF DR. CHRISTINA SHARPE
an oral history of the closure of stewart elementary school. click the eye below to read.
BETYE SAAR'S ALTARS: INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN ASSEMBLAGE ART AND MONUMENTS
an exploration of memorialization through betye saar's artwork. click the eye below to read.
WATER AFTER ALL
an essay on communities and their connections to bodies of water. click the eye below to read.
MAGGIE HOLMES: POWER IN THE DOMESTIC REALM
an analysis of studs terkel's oral history interview with maggie holmes, a black domestic worker in chicago. click the eye below to read.
SOMETHING ABOUT SLOWNESS
an interview with the owner of a small independent yarn store in new york city about the turn to textile arts during the pandemic. click the eye below to read.
LABORS OF LOVE
a series of oral history interviews with chicago-based textile artists about the role textile arts play in thinking about community resilience. click the eye below to read
THE MOTHER PROJECT
an oral history with my mother focusing on the intersections between maternal lineages and knowledge production. created in tandem with a set of handmade lace dyed using food scraps. images of this lace can be found in the "art" section of my website. click the eye below to read