Last Chance to View Ponytails & Door Knocker Earrings

Elaborate strands of rope, meticulously wrapped, woven, tied, and adorned with recycled beads, zip ties, ribbon, lace, tape, and bells beckon you toward a vibrant installation that visually represents natural hair. These daring and playful sculptures delicately encourage viewers to engage in unconventional dialogues surrounding microaggressions, stereotypes, and implicit bias specifically faced by Black women embracing our natural hair.

This installation invites you to explore and reflect on the complexities of identity and beauty standards. Each piece tells a story of resilience and pride, challenging societal norms and sparking meaningful conversations. By engaging with these sculptures, viewers are encouraged to confront their own biases and gain a deeper understanding of the experiences and struggles of Black women.

Elaborate strands of rope, meticulously wrapped, woven, tied, and adorned with recycled beads, zip ties, ribbon, lace, tape, and bells beckon you toward a vibrant installation that visually represents natural hair. These daring and playful sculptures delicately encourage viewers to engage in unconventional dialogues surrounding microaggressions, stereotypes, and implicit bias specifically faced by Black women embracing their natural hair.

Installation Closes July 17

Head over to Time Equities Lobby 55 5th Avenue, New York NY anytime day or night to see the installation before it comes down.

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