Crystal Z Campbell: Flight
Opening April 22
Artist-in-Residence Studio and Gallery
Using light, sound and digital film projection, Flight explores the physical, architectural and cultural residue of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre into the present. Timed with the 100-year commemoration of the massacre, Flight transforms the Artist-in-Residence Studio and Gallery, adding depth to the themes and histories explored in Ed Ruscha: OKLA and Chakaia Booker: Shaved Portions.
Crystal Z Campbell is a multidisciplinary artist of African-American, Filipino and Chinese descents who uses film, live performance, sound, painting, installation and writing to amplify underacknowledged histories and public secrets. Her work has been exhibited and screened internationally at The Drawing Center, ICA-Philadelphia, REDCAT and the Studio Museum of Harlem, among many other museums, galleries and cultural institutions. Campbell is a joint Tulsa Artist Fellow and Harvard Radcliffe Film Study Center/David and Roberta Logie Fellow. The artist lives and works in Tulsa.