Influenced By Picasso, But Not Like Picasso

By: Marcella Hayes Muhammad / Artist Hey Marcella, I recognize your work! It’s just like Picasso! I must have heard that too many times and still wince every time I hear it. To the untrained eye, I can see how one would not really notice the differences. Sort of the untrained eye looking at a

Afrofuturism and Identity

Some define Afrofuturism as a literary and cultural aesthetic that combines elements of science fiction, historical fiction, fantasy, Afrocentricity, and magic realism as the basic elements of Afrofuturism. My work builds a bridge not from just a point of view of blackness but across race, gender, the world and beyond. It is a culmination of