New from the Hand-Off:
(Post-It) Notes on Duality by Phoenix S Brown
For out latest addition to The Hand-Off series, Phoenix S Brown shares (Post-It) Notes on Duality, an introspective journal entry presented in an experimental format. In the piece, Brown unpacks her newfound identity as a "multidimensional" musical and visual artist, dissecting the origins of her musical practice and questioning the development of her tastes.
Phoenix S Brown is an interdisciplinary artist who highlights dialogues around Black feminism, personal narrative, and current events while critiquing western ideals of nature, still life, and portraiture. She graduated from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in 2019 with an art history minor and focus in painting.
We launched The Bunker Projects Review as a platform to engage in conversations about contemporary art centered on the contributions of our exhibiting & resident artists to the field.
The Review is a collection of work by artists and writers commissioned by Bunker Projects aimed at investigating the vision and significance of art presented and produced at the space.
We seek to situate works in the context of contemporary art, expand upon the vision of artist, provide context to audiences, offer an interpretation, and create space for questions and generate discussions.