B/B Mail-Art Biennale— a survey of original artworks from QTBIPOC contemporary artists from the regional gulf-south! Opening 2021! 

Black and Brown Biennale Logo Designed by Ashley Teamer. Text is red and surrounded by various shapes and lines that are black and red.

Special Thanks to: The Idea Fund, Trans Justice Funding Project and Southern Equality Fund

Meet your  curators: Black TM

Black ™ is a curatorial/ performance-based collaboration (Slant Rhyme and Raven Crane). Their performance work consists of essays, conversations, and archival investigations that seek to explore the paradoxes, limitations, and social ramifications of black and trans representation within contemporary culture, and contradictions of capitalism and its deleterious effects on bodies, movement, time, and land. Blackness as a form of intellectual property.

Lengua tierra: un lenguaje sureño /Soil Tongue: a southern language

La Biennale Black & Brown está colaborando con Alternate ROOTS para una convocatoria abierta titulada: Lengua tierra: un lenguaje sureño (Soil Tongue: a southern language). Esta convocatoria abierta es para  artistas cuir y trans-BIPOC (Negrxs, Indígenas y personas racializadas) que trabajan a través de todos los medios y técnicas con los paisajes naturales del sur y entornos construidos. La exhibición virtual, Lengua Tierra: un lenguaje sureño es comisariada por Ryan (raven) Crane y Slant Rhyme, nos impulsa a profundizar y entretejer nuestro análisis de la alteridad sureña: reflexionar sobre nuestras historias escritas y orales, nuestros cuerpos y su relación a los hilos litorales entre la tierra sureña (naturaleza) y lxs cuidadorxs que la ocupan.


This project is made possible with support from The Idea Fund. The Idea Fund is a re-granting program administered by DiverseWorks, Aurora Picture Show, and Project Row Houses and funded by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Trans Justic Funding Project