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Denniston Hill’s Swerve Conversation Series features exchanges between artists, curators, cultural producers and historians whose work is situated at the intersection of art and justice, and who push the boundaries of their respective disciplines.

American Artist is an artist whose work considers black labor and visibility within networked life. Artist is an alumnus of the Whitney Independent Study Program and part-time lecturer at The New School. Recent solo exhibitions include My Blue Window, 2019, Queens Museum, NY and I’m Blue (If I Was █████ I Would Die), 2019, Koenig & Clinton, NY.

Fred Moten teaches black studies, critical theory and poetics in the Department of Performance Studies at New York University. He is the author and co-author of many books, the latest of which is All that Beauty (Letter Machine Editions, 2019).

This event will take place virtually on Instagram Live. 
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Swerve Conversation: American Artist and Fred Moten