Digitally Mapping the Ring Shout
Projection Mapping installation.
Choreography and performance by
Julie B. Johnson, PhD, is a Dance Lecturer at Spelman College; a co-founding editor of The Dancer-Citizen; and a strategist for Lela Aisha Jones | FlyGround and Dancing for Justice Philadelphia. Her work centers on African Diaspora movement aesthetics, community meaning, collaborative inquiry, and embodied memory.
Muthi Reed - Sound Score
Serena Muthi Reed is an ethnographic artist working in sound, visual media, and design. Frequent life patterns of geographic & social migration are premiere creative avenues for shaping community and kinfolk connections. Reed archives + programs + remixes sound, photo, video, and internet content to “talk back” to mainstream media’s rendering of Black life. Reed resources the tools of vernacular, spiritual practice, and cultural work to generate content reflecting everyday life and love for working class folks, queers, and freedom fighters.
Kimberly Binns - Digital Editing
is a filmmaker, editor, visual artist and curator. Her signature “micro-mentaries” are short documentaries which tell the stories of creatives, makers and artists. She has served as a contributor to Atlanta’s online arts magazine, Burnaway by capturing the Atlanta cultural scene on film. Her recent work documented the ChopArts international program for homeless youth in India.