Jeffrey Gibson in conversation at Tamarind Institute
Jeffrey Gibson is a Mississippi Choctaw-Cherokee artist. His work fuses his Choctaw-Cherokee heritage and experience of living in Europe, Asia and the USA with references that span club culture, queer theory, fashion, politics, literature and art history. The artist’s multi-faceted practice incorporates painting, performance, sculpture, textiles and video, characterised by vibrant colour and pattern.
The talk took place on Thursday 28 October, 6-7pm MDT (GMT-6) ahead of Gibson's residency at Tamarind Institute.
Scroll down to watch a recording of the live event.