Fri, Aug 04|
Haugabrooks Gallery & Events
“Hummmm so the Devil Can’t Hear” - Art Exhibit
By Angela Davis Johnson and muthi reed as Hollerin’ Space The exhibit will be available for viewing from August 4th to 31st. Gallery hours are on Sundays from 3 pm-6 pm, or by appointment. The Artist Talk and Reception will take place on August 13th from 5 pm - 7 pm.
Time & Location
Aug 04, 12:00 PM – Aug 31, 6:00 PM
Haugabrooks Gallery & Events, 364 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312, USA
About the event
“Hummmm so the Devil Can’t Hear” is an exhibit by Angela Davis Johnson and muthi reed as Hollerin’ Space.
hummm so the devil can’t hear is an interactive assemblage of archive materials, symbols/icons, printed matter and sound embedded with instructions on fugitivity, Black rebellion, and a new grapevine taking shape. How do you grow a grapevine and how does the vine spread for a fresh ecology that can feed the community it flows through? Are there literal and metaphorical recipes for wellness that folx have passed down /or been cultivating that will outlast capitalism? hummm so the devil can’t hear is a repository space of possibilities that will connect us in remembering our past present future ghosts, dreams, tools and wellness strategies. Hollerin Space offers a temporal landscape to imagine how we bridge our well being to one another.
Curated by: Charmaine Minniefield
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Hollerin Space conducts public space takeovers, walks, coumbites, hush harbors, and curated impromptu happenings. Hollerin Space is our dream culture where we get to develop, perform and channel personhood through fellowship in community. muthi reed and Angela Davis Johnson are creative partners in Hollerin Space (2015). muthi reed is a griot and media maker from Philadelphia. Angela Davis Johnson renders symbols through paint, song, and movement and is a lifelong sojourner from the South, maintaining a studio in Atlanta, GA. Hollerin Space is our collective culture where we perform and channel personhood through fellowship. We live, work and travel as Afropolitan soul shakers.
This body of work was created in partnership with the Atlanta Printmaker Studio, Black Spatial Relics, dream tender, Karimah Dillard, and archive, House of Lux.
The exhibit will be available for viewing from August 4th to 31st. Gallery hours are on Sundays from 3 pm-6 pm, or by appointment. The Artist Talk and Reception will take place on August 13th from 5 pm - 7 pm.