Vivica Satterwhite: F is for Freedom, at SPACES–Freedom is Just Another Word for Nothing Left to Lose

In 1982 no one I knew could stop listening to Prince’s iconic record celebrating the apocalypse, 1999. The record’s title song reminded us in robotic-alien voice that no harm would come, “Don’t-worry-I-won’t-hurt-you-I-only-want-you-to-have-some-fun.” This sense of dancing on the grave of white patriarchal capitalism is at the heart of Vivica Satterwhite’s installation in Toby’s Vault at SPACES (on view through October […]

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Photo Poets: Vivica Satterwhite

Photo Poets is a street photography feature, curated by Aja Joi Grant. In this issue we feature Vivica F. Satterwhite. My name is Vivica Satterwhite, I am a 24-year-old Cleveland native and self-taught photographer. I was first introduced to photography by my grandmother, who loved film and captured many family moments on film with her keen eye for shots. I’ve […]

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