Exploring the Impact of African American Stereotypes on their Image, and Culture thorough the eyes of Afrofuturistic Artists.
About the Exhibition
Take a dive deep into the dreams of the future. In this dream realm our imagination intertwines with culture, heavy positive energy, style, hope, and heritage. We do not hone on to misbeliefs, misjudgements, stereotypes handed out by others or negativity, we have overcome these ideas, and began to move forward into a directions beyond our past world. Experience the dream world of the featured artist, and exhibition curator, Kyla Eliza (Kyla E. Stimpson), alongside artists; Serwah Attafuah, and Kaylan F. Michel.
Afrofuturism is a cultural and artistic movement that merges elements of science fiction, fantasy, and Afrocentrism to explore alternative futures and redefine narratives surrounding African and African American identity. Afrofuturism challenges traditional norms and expectations. Celebrates resilience, creativity, and empowerment in the face of adversity, and helps address historical underrepresentation.
Afrofuturism is a dynamic artistic expression that engages with the past, present, and future, The artists featured in this exhibition transport viewers to dream worlds where technology, mysticism, and cultural symbolism converge, offering a fresh perspective on the African American experience.