Rhys Ernst, a filmmaker and artist, originally from Chapel Hill co-created SHE GONE ROGUE, a video in the All Matterings of Mind exhibition. His work investigates transgender identity within larger narratives.
Every now and then, if I pester them enough, I hope that various artists will find the time to contribute their perspectives to the Nasher Blog site. William Cordova, whom many of you may remember from his participation in the Nasher exhibition Street Level, wanted to share his thoughts on Barkley Hendricks‘s work.
By William Cordova“stand up next to a mountain”
-Jimi Hendrix (from Voodoo Child (slight return))
“Superman never saved any Black people,” remarked Black Panther Party Chairman Bobby Seale in 1969. Seale made this statement as a response to what… MORE
Wendy Hower has been the manager of marketing and communications at the Nasher Museum since April 2004. Before that, she was a print journalist for 15 years at newspapers in Boston, Alaska and North Carolina. She has two teen-age children and a chocolate Labrador retriever.
J Caldwell is online community coordinator and photographer at the Nasher Museum, where he has taken pictures since 2008. His previous career was testing the hearing of fruit flies as an anesthesiology research fellow at Duke. His calico cat Lotte is a reluctant photo model.
Sarah is the Mary D.B.T. and James H. Semans Director of the Nasher Museum.