Four of today’s leading Black artists come together to share their perspective on Black Queer Aesthetics and how they define, create, and imagine art-making. They’ll define their personal views on Black aesthetics and how their particular philosophies on art-making informs their work.
Author Bios (from photo left to right, top to bottom)
Juliana Huxtable is an artist, writer and musician working between New York and Berlin.
t'ai freedom ford is New York CIty high school English teacher and author of two collections of poetry including & 'more black', winner of the 2020 Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Poetry.
Marrion Johnson is a Black, queer writer, storyteller and communications strategist, based out of Oakland California.
Jaden is an LA-based poet, performer, cultural worker, and story collector.