Fresh Cuts No.6
About the artwork
‘Fresh Cuts’ is a series inspired by traditional Rwandan hair styles in conversation with barbershop portraits in mostly black American neighborhoods. I am interested in the intersection of African and African American cultures as well as materials such as posters, advertisements and other vernacular display materials that are ubiquitous but often invisible.
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About Kambui Olujimi
The music of community
“materials that are ubiquitous but often invisible”
Not one to be tethered to any one format, Brooklyn’s Kambui Olujimi works in mediums including video, photography, sculpture, performance and installation. Inspired by community leaders and activists in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, where he was bo...