Curated by Fort Worth artist, writer and TCU alumnus Christopher Blay, the show features the works of three internationally-recognized artists – Erika DeFreitas, Amir George and Anansi KNOwBody – in an immersive experience that incorporates photography, video, sculpture and performance.
Black Borders examines how cultural identity and experiences factor into the creative process for artists of color. The exhibition considers the distinctive approach each artist takes as they consider their process in the context of their cultural identities.
Black Borders will be on display through May 5. The exhibition are free and open to the public. Fort Worth Community Arts will host the Black Borders Curator Talk with Christopher Blay at 5:30 p.m. April 12.
For more information, please visit https://finearts.tcu.edu/event/black-borders-artists-of-color-reframing-culture/.