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Portfolio


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Photography

Film

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Exhibits


Exhibits



Revolution of the Angry Black Womxn
invites viewers to digest the trauma informed identities intersecting age, orientation, and complexion of the African diaspora impacting the mental, physical, sexual, and emotional harm distinct to the Black womxn. This immersive installation transforms portraits into video narratives using augmented reality.

Rebooting the Future

“Revolution of the Angry Black Womxn”

SOMArts Cultural Center | San Francisco, CA

40th Anniversary Festival

Group Show

Aug 16 & 17, 2019

Public Square

“Revolution of the Angry Black Womxn”

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts | San Francisco, CA

Group Show

June 1, 2019

The Black Woman is God

“We Too, Are Joy”

SOMArts Cultural Center | San Francisco, CA

Group Show

Aug 31- Oct. 2, 2018


Obvious Magic: The Womanist Imaginary

“Revolution of the Angry Black Womxn”

Ashara Ekundayo Gallery | Oakland, CA

Group Show

Mar 2 - Apr 14, 2018


Revolution of the Angry Black Womxn

Revolution of the Angry Black Womxn invites viewers to digest the often silenced realities of social trauma experienced by Black womxn told by Black womxn themselves. This work is important in this crucial era where trauma informed identity lies at the intersections of movements like #BlackLivesMatter & #MeToo.


Black Lives, Gray Matter

A symposium created by Kristina A. Williams centralizing mothers impacted by police brutality who share their personal stories and guidance for community healing.

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Vision


Vision


 

VISION: WORKS IN PROGRESS

These works in progress are currently in submission for development funding and exhibition consideration.

 
 

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Unhoused @ Home

An in progress public art exhibition sharing the portraits and stories of unhoused residents from around the Bay Area. Contact Kristina to learn about the embedded crowdfunding technology supporting housing placements for those depicted.

After the Hashtag

An in progress documentary, highlighting the lives of Black women during their journey to heal after the news cameras go away and society stops using their child's name as a hashtag.