Sometimes we just watch as things unfold in front of us, wanting to be viewers. Not wanting to taking a stand and instead watching others that do. This talk is not passive. You will determine where this talk goes and where it does. Participation is not an option.
Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley (UK) is an artist working predominantly in animation, sound, performance and Video Games to communicate the experiences of being a Black Trans person. Their practice focuses on recording the lives of Black Trans people, intertwining lived experience, fiction and interactivity to create work that refuses to let viewers be passive. The work is often seen as a form of autonomous archiving in which the experience shifts and moulds based on the identity of the user as well as the choices they make during the experiences.
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