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GUILTY BY CHIKE OZAH
Guilty By Interview Series features New Orleans native Chike Ozah, co-director of jeen-yuhs, the Emmy-nominated film on Kanye West. He answers six questions from GBA friend Joie Berhe-Lumax.
MUSINGS BY V. MITCH MCEWEN
Mitch McEwen is a multifaceted architectural designer and assistant professor of architecture at Princeton. She met Charles DuVernay in 2019 on a research trip to New Orleans when she was preparing her contribution to MoMA’s exhibition Reconstruction: Architecture and Blackness in America. She introduced Charles to GBA, resulting in the Reincarnation drop by the DuVernay Collective.
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: NEW ORLEANS’ CHARLES DUVERNAY
GBA’S Content Manager Luna Alatorre sits down with Charles DuVernay of the DuVernay Collective for a deeper dive on beading and other suitmakers he admires
NOLA ARTIST CHRISTIAN DINH SHARES HIS FAVORITE VIET-CAJUN RESTAURANTS
New Orleans artist Christian Dinh had a breakout exhibition at the Ogden Museum in 2021 and participated in GBA's first pre-launch event convening 16 AAPI artists in November of that year. He and his partner Selina McKane share some of their favorite restaurants in this famed culinary city.
Guilty By Shaniqwa Jarvis
GBA kicks off our Guilty By Interview Series featuring Shaniqwa Jarvis with six questions from GBA’s summer intern Amalia Liu-Idenburg.
And don’t miss Shaniqwa’s solo exhibition Sleep to Dream at Manhattan’s SN37 Gallery through October 16, 2022!!
Guilty By Association: Origins
We heard the uproar from our home only a few blocks from the Barclays Center. I was changed. I’ve spent my whole life witnessing and relating to the injustices of my community. It was time to make something real happen.
Digital Futures with Katie Geminder
Katie is the Cofounder and Chief of Strategy at Cent.co, an online platform where creators build their own branded page to sell or gift NFTs.
GBA's Josh Triminio had some questions...
Internal Memo: Interspecies Library
Oscar Salguero has been navigating his way into the Interspecies art scene ever since he first saw the term pop up in 2014. He was rifling through stacks of obscurities in a New York City bookstore when he stumbled across the phrase being used by artists to describe their work. Since this pivotal moment, Salguero has been amassing a collection of interspecies work, aptly named “The Interspecies Library.”
GBA’s Honey Hammam had the opportunity to visit. Read on to find out what qualifies as Interspecies art.