Walking Every Line: A Q&A with Xaviera Simmons

The daily tide of politics, whether within the white structures of Washington, D.C. or the constant boomeranging between Facebook/Twitter feeds, seems to be taking the winds out of everyone’s sails. For a woman of color whose artwork treads the lines crossing through and over intersectional sexuality, echoes of cultural stereotyping through rigorous archival research, and Jamaican dancehall culture, the feeling is multiplied…exponentially.

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