A virtual event curated by K. Henderson, featuring poet and artist Anaïs Duplan, poet and musician Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother, & poet Taylor Johnson.
What is the connection between Black sounds and improvisation? How does improvised sound activate Black physical, mental, and spiritual freedom?
In the first event of A CAAPP Black Study on Intimacy Part Two, our guests will hold a conversation in creative practice on music, poetry, and other sounds as a past and future means of Black liberation. Based on Camae Ayewa's concept of jazz as a form of liberation technology, these award-winning artists were invited to share their response to this theme through the intimate act of improvised or in-progress work in any medium.