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Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle - Artists - Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle - Artists - Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Paragraph 1- Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle is an visual artist, writer and performer. According to Wikipedia "Her practice fluctuates between collaborations and participatory projects with alternative gallery spaces within various communities to projects that are intimate and based upon her private experiences in relationship to historical events and contexts".Wikipedia also stated Hinkle was inspired by her mother that was an artist, but since they lived in the segregated South, she was unable to pursue it, of which Hinkle felt that her mother was robbed of Hinkle's mother enforced the idea of "powerful self-possession" into her, which is why Hinkle does not shy away from tough issues in the world. she studied painting at Maryland institute College of Art and writing at the California institute of the Arts. Hinkle was the youngest artist in the Made in LA Biennial. Her work, both performed and presented, has been featured in the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, California, Project Row Houston in Houston, Texas, and The Studio Museum in Harlem in New York".

Paragraph 2- This art piece means that black women didn't have the chance to speak they are tied up and cant stand up for they selfs. The color is grey showing that this is old . The women being tied up showing that women didn't have power . the rope showing they are tied down looks like blood is coming out her mouth . This shows that back in the day Black Women didn't have power .

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