In 2020 Kevin Adonis Browne wrote No Words, an essay in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota USA. He then translated his text into a number of digital videos. The No Words exhibition brings together his videos and a series of his self-portraits in its address of Black life and Black representation during a critical, global juncture marked by racial violence. The exhibition attends to worldwide experiences through a personal lens. It presents Browne’s work as a sequence of radical breaths drawn in a landscape of anti-Blackness. No Words transforms the physical gallery into an essay in three dimensions – offering a space to reflect on present and future states of individual and collective existence.
No Words is curated by Marsha Pearce.
Exhibition dates: April 26 – May 7, 2021
Venue: THINKARTWORKTT, 11 Cipriani Boulevard, Port of Spain
Monday to Saturday: 11am to 7pm
For visits on Sunday: Send a message to book a viewing time.
Covid-19 public health protocols observed. Visitor capacity is limited, and face coverings are required.