Tomashi Jackson in Conversation with Amanda Williams

Date / Time

October 14, 2021

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm


Thursday, October 14

5–6:30 p.m.


Join Gallery 400 for a virtual conversation between artists Tomashi Jackson and Amanda Williams. Policies of displacement, land, education and housing inform Tomashi Jackson and Amanda Williams’ work in printmaking, painting, installation, and architecture. Having intervened with Josef Albers’s influential book Interaction of Color—a treatise that claims color is relational—both of their works tap into the visual-social impact of color as it relates to addressing redlining, racial segregation, and consumer culture in Black communities.

In a conversation about the overlaps that inform their investments with color theory, join the two artists as they discuss the ways color deceives and shapes our perception of the private and public realm.

This program is free and a part of the exhibition Young, Gifted and Black. Closed captioning will be available.

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