Archive Acts presents, I FASHIONED MYSELF A MIRROR

 'I Fashioned Myself a Mirror featured films made by women and non-binary makers from the Caribbean or of Caribbean descent.

These films consider our proximity to archives—historical and personal—how we’re represented and how we’re writing ourselves in.'


FILMMAKERS: Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich Deborah Jack Natalie Willis Rox Campbell Natalie Willis Kearra Amaya Gopee


The 06/12/2020 panel  with filmmakers: Kearra Amaya Gopee and Deborah Jack and programmer, Tamika Galanis.

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Water & Time features African Diaspora women artists working through video, photography, performance considering themes of history, space and the role of water.  In conversation with Niama Safia Sandy, Adama Delphine Fawundu, and Buhlebezwe Siwani.

Upcoming Exhibitions/Events

We the People: 50 Years of Women's Studies and Activism Through Art

Fall 2020 (Postponed)

SDSU Downtown Gallery

Deborah Jack: A Survey

Fall 2021

Pen and Brush

New York, New York

Curator: Dawn Delikat

Recent Exhibitions

Isolation to Revolution / Rebirth to Dissent

October 08 - December 11, 2020

Pen and Brush

New York, New York

The Visual Life of Social Affliction 
A Small Axe Project
JULY 10-Sept. 27, 2020
TENT Rotterdam
The Netherlands
The Other Side of Now

July 18, 2019- June 2, 2020

Perez Art Museum of  Miami

Curators: Maria Elena Ortiz and Dr. Marsha Pearce

Catalog available in museum store 

video segment from "drawn by water: wait/weight on the water" 2018

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