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Where there’s love overflowing

Artist
E.Jane
Price
$33.00
Date
2022
Publisher
GenderFail
Format
Monographs
Size
15 × 21 cm
Length
52 pp
Genre
Essays, Installation Art
Description

Where there’s love overflowing is a publication by E.Jane published by GenderFail in conjunction with the exhibition E Jane; Where there’s love overflowing, April 1-May 14, 2022 at The Kitchen. Where there’s love overflowing expands on the exhibition themes based on the powerful ballad “Home”, originally sung by Stephanie Mills as Dorothy in The Wiz in its Broadway premiere in 1975 and includes images and text featured in the exhibition. The publication also features new commissioned essay, TITLE HERE, by artist and writer Hannah Black, written exclusively for the publication.

From The Kitchen:
New York-based artist E. Jane envisions an exhibition as a score, presenting digital drawings, gouache wall paintings, and sculptural video installation surrounding a central, empty stage. These works draw upon the artist’s archive of performances of the powerful ballad “Home”, originally sung by Stephanie Mills as Dorothy in The Wiz in its Broadway premiere in 1975. The song’s lyrics reclaim the idea of a home full of love as one of your own imagination. Jane considers its relevance to generations of Black femme divas from Diana Ross in the film adaptation of The Wiz, to Whitney Houston, Beyoncé, and Jazmine Sullivan. Within this expansive timeline, Jane pursues how love is embodied and replicated in archival spaces, inserting their own version of “Home” by their performance persona MHYSA—an underground popstar diva who examines the labor and potency of Black celebrity. The exhibition encompasses a residency for a culminating performance event by MHYSA and additional artists on May 14; during rehearsals, the exhibition will be closed to the public who will be invited to eavesdrop from the lobby. Organized by Lumi Tan, Senior Curator, and Sienna Fekete, Curatorial Fellow.

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