Opening with video projection, four poems delivered in acapella fashion introduces VISITATIONS* time/space migrations with kinfolk in Detroit, Philadelphia, Alabama, and along the pathways of the Great Migration and Planet Deep South. Poems world build with the Black body, blood rememory, land, place ceremony, and local vernacular. Meet at 4:30 p.m. at Jengo’s if you’d like to walk together. Open to the public.
Saturday’s reading will take place at 411 N 5th Avenue Apt B.
Serena Muthi Reed is an ethnographic artist and multi regional local in Philadelphia(PA), Detroit(MI), and the South- primarily Lowndes County(AL), Jackson(MS), and New Orleans(LA). Their frequent life patterns of geographic & social migration are the premiere creative avenues for growing and shaping their community and kinfolk connections. Reed’s work is shaped in relationship. Relationship with people, environment, space, objects, movement, energy.