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Who is Visual Artist Jacolby Satterwhite?

Multidisciplinary artist Jacolby Satterwhite is at his core a creator of worlds. The rejection of reality and the interplay of intersections are just two themes that standout in his provocative, vivid performance work, music, and virtual animation, often spliced and incorporated at once. As a Columbia, South Carolina native, and a queer black man raised…

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Interview: Kindness Explores The Sci-Fi Surrealist Paradise In Jacolby Satterwhite’s Artwork

It’s suprisingly rare to see work which trancends the limitations of the forms that have come before it. The inherent risk of work like this is that it can be confusing and impenetrable to the first time viewer. My own journey with Jacolby’s work is similar – I certainly needed additional context before I began…

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Saint Heron Announces Creative Collaboration with IKEA

Saint Heron is excited to announce an upcoming creative collaboration with IKEA, exploring architectural and design objects with multifunctional use. Our brand, founded in 2013 is a multidisciplinary cultural hub with a focus on “building the community that we wish to see exist” through music, visual art, and performance art mediums. The hub has been…

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Saint Heron To Curate This Year’s Young Members Party at The Met

NYC! Having witnessed all the fly at this year’s Met Gala just a few weeks ago, we’re honored to announce that Saint Heron will be curating this year’s Young Members Party at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. At this year’s Young Members Party, all members of The Met between the ages of 21 and 45…

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Interview: The Studio Museum Harlem

Robert Pruitt, “Untitled 3” The artistic cultural production and cultural theory that is Afrofuturism has long used the fantastical and Science Fiction elements of robotics and aliens, to solve the inequality of colonialism by transcending the social limitations of Black Diasporic life in Western society. Although appearing cosmically perfect,  it cannot be denied that Afrofuturism’s history is far…

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