“BLKNWS” (pronounced “Black news”) weaves original video footage, found film clips, music videos, social media posts, academic lectures and other imagery.
Through this accidental viewing, the work is meant to challenge the idea of who has authority to decide what constitutes news.
“People love it, they’re curious about it,” … “It’s such a powerful piece because it’s documenting parts of history but also current events and paralleling them in a very beautiful and creative way. The side-by-side screens and how they’re in conversation, it naturally draws people in.”
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