loving warrior series
anastacia-reneé in response to keisha-gaye anderson’s paintings and in conversation with “manifesto” community.
loving warrior blurb/moment
we talked extensively about what it means to have or create a manifesto. we discussed multiple prior negative experiences we have had in commercial art worlds and we expressed our fears and disappointment around the plethora of bipoc artist we are in community with yet, the lack of open doors and opportunities to showcase work and curate their journeys and paths. we thought a lot about the supernatural, african centered spirituality, orishas, and the intentionality of abstract art.