Question Bridge: Black Males

I saw an excellent video installation/project entitled Question Bridge: Black Males at the Brooklyn Museum of Art this weekend.  There are 5 video monitors arranged on a curved wall – with 2 or 3 of them on at any given time, in a random sequence on the 5 screens. There are a few benches for viewers.  On the screens are Black men asking questions and telling their answers, thoughts and stories.  It is a very thoughtful and thought-provoking ongoing project exploring the identity of Black men in American society.  I believe the video is on a 3-hour loop, hope to go back to watch all of it!  Thru June 3, 2012.

Question Bridge at Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2012

Wall of monitors in Question Bridge installation

Question Bridge at Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2012

Wall of monitors in Question Bridge installation

Question Bridge exhibit at Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2012

Question Bridge exhibit wall text

About shungaboy

Gay male artist, NYC
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