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Light + Social Justice


How can photography effect social action in Pittsburgh?

Artist Alisha B. Wormsley discusses her artistic practice.

In fall 2017, Pittsburgh-based artist Alisha B. Wormsley explores the connection between light and social justice through The People Are The Light, a series of workshops and public art installations in Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood. Premiering September 16, 2017, these events invite you to reflect on Homewood’s past and present and share your vision for its future.

Twelve artist-collaborators, curated by Wormsley, lead events and performances throughout neighborhood spaces and in two public art installations. Each event explores the connections between past, present and future. Robert Hodge’s The Beauty Box serves as a snapshot from Homewood’s past, reimagining an open-air fruit stand as it may have been decades ago. Through a series of workshops, ten women artists celebrate and invite reflection on Homewood’s present. Ricardo Robinson’s Morrow’s Hush creates an outdoor sound installation, encouraging deep listening and consideration of Homewood’s future soundscape. Wormsley will document the installations and events, producing a series of photographs and a film premiering at Carnegie Museum of Art this December.

Artists

  • Dina “Free” Blackwell
  • Nisha Blackwell
  • Ayana “Sade” Clark
  • Yona Harvey
  • Robert Hodge
  • Joy KMT
  • Ayanah Moor
  • Bekezela Mguni
  • Staycee Pearl
  • Ricardo Robinson
  • Felicia Savage
  • Anqwenique Wingfield
  • Alisha B. Wormsley