The Critical Moves: Performance in Theory & Movement Series presents:
“A Love Supreme, a conversation with photographer Lola Flash”
Lola Flash (Photographer)
Thursday, April 13th
5:00-6:30PM, Film Forum
Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts (430 College Avenue)
As a longtime figure in New York's downtown art scene, Lola Flash’s artistic practice focuses on the intersection of race, sexual identity, aging, and social justice activism. Flash directly engages those who are often deemed invisible, as their work is an introspective assessment of their life experience. Their art and activism are profoundly connected, fueling a life-long commitment to visibility, and preserving the legacy of LGBTQIA+ and communities of color worldwide. Flash has work included in important collections such as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, MoMA, the Whitney, the Museum of the African American of History and Culture and the Brooklyn Museum. They are currently a proud member of the Kamoinge Collective, and on the Board of Queer Art. For further information on flash, please visit: Lolaflash.com
Part of the Critical Moves: Performance in Theory & Movement Series, this event is funded by a Humanities Impact Grant, with generous support and co-sponsorship from the Department of Performing and Media Arts.