St. Ann’s Warehouse presents Julian Alexander & Khadijat Oseni’s Supremacy Project, a public art project addressing the systemic oppression and violence BIPOC communities are fighting to end through art.
SUPREMACY: WHO PROTECTS ME FROM YOU?
LOST ONES. CULTURE FOUND.
Supremacy Project Captures the Omnipresence of Injustice in Our Country with Striking Imagery and Text.
Now on view, the installation draws on the powers of photography, design, poetry, and branding to evoke the ubiquitous nature of injustice in American society. It comprises two exhibitions: Michael T. Boyd’s Lost Ones. Culture Found., which reexamines the legacy of widely known victims of police brutality and hate crimes, on the building’s Water Street facade; and Julian Alexander and photographer Steven “Sweatpants” Irby’s Supremacy: Who Protects Me From You?, which illuminates the systemic inequities at the core of our government, on the Dock Street exterior of St. Ann’s Warehouse. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
The outdoor exhibit is on view on the Old Dock Street & Water Street facades of St. Ann’s Warehouse, 45 Water Street | dumbo BKLYN 11201.