Based in Sydney, Australia, Foundry is a blog by Rebecca Thao. Her posts explore modern architecture through photos and quotes by influential architects, engineers, and artists.

VIDEOS | Kitchen Installation 1: On black female subjectivity | Danielle Deadwyler

VIDEOS | Kitchen Installation 1: On black female subjectivity | Danielle Deadwyler

“I make hip hop and gender-centered live and video works. The work mirrors popular Hip Hop songs and imagery, but re-imagines them from a woman's or alternative perspective.  I am inspired by poetry and short-form multimedia for their ability to present depth through ephemeral structures.” - Danielle Deadwyler

Read Sunni Johnson’s interview of Danielle Deadwyler and Bella Dorado for VOLATL.

Below is one Deadwyler’s explorations into hip hop, sexuality, and black female subjectivity, Kitchen Installation 1. We recommend enlarging the video to full-screen.

PHOTO ESSAY | The inheritance of danger | The Human Cannonball

PHOTO ESSAY | The inheritance of danger | The Human Cannonball

PHOTO ESSAY | Charity Harris on Southern aesthetics, Duck Dynasty, and found materials

PHOTO ESSAY | Charity Harris on Southern aesthetics, Duck Dynasty, and found materials

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