Sunday September 12th, 2021
Join us on Sunday, September 12th for a closing reception in three parts celebrating TAAMA:
- Screening of “Wallay” followed by a conversation moderated by Kadiatou Coulibaly and Kamau Ware;
- Artist talk moderated by audio producer and storyteller Kyra Assibey-Bonsu;
- Reception celebrating Malian and Gabonese cultures with a playlist and sorrel created by the artist.
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TAAMA means “to walk” in Bambara.
This exhibition explores the complexity of generational healing. TAAMA was born from the belief that our ancestors have blessed us and we honor them by walking a path toward healing.
TAAMA shares intimate stories of generational healing by centering maternal relationships. While the paintings are a visualization of ancestral blessing and healing journey, the conversations featured on the upcoming podcast offer a deep dive into shared experiences.
The OLD AMERICAN CAN FACTORY
242 Third St, Brooklyn NY 11215
Enter downstairs gallery directly from Third St.