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Valence Projects - black in every colour
Valence Projects - black in every colour

sab 30 set


Fee: $25 / Prize: Exhibition

Valence Projects - black in every colour


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30 set 2023, 23:30

Fee: $25 / Prize: Exhibition

About the event

fever. is an exhibition that celebrates the intimate and soulful connection between lovers, particularly within the context of Black involved relationships. The show draws its inspiration from the desire to highlight the depth and range of emotion. The unique aspects that this type of connection presents and the energy that is introduced from R&B and soul music. R&B and soul music have long been a source of inspiration for those seeking to capture the intensity of emotion and intimacy that can be found in relationships. The slow, sultry rhythms and heart-wrenching lyrics of these genres have the power to transport us to a place of intense connection and vulnerability. fever. draws on this connection to R&B and soul music, exploring how these genres have been instrumental in shaping our understanding of love, intimacy, and relationships. Through a carefully curated selection of works, fever. invites viewers to explore the multifaceted nature of love and the sensuality and tenderness that can be found in the quiet moments between two people. From sensual portraits to abstract expressions of emotion, the exhibition showcases the vast range of emotions and experiences that can be found in the world of love. At its core, fever. is a celebration of the profound connection that can be found between two people, a connection that is embodied in the sensual rhythms of R&B and soul music. It is a tribute to the beauty and power of Black love, and an invitation to experience the intensity and depth of emotion that can be found in relationships that are rooted in intimacy, tenderness, and mutual respect. Through the rich cultural heritage of R&B and soul music, fever. explores the unique ways in which Black love is expressed and experienced, while also celebrating the universal aspects of love that unite us all.

- Josiah David Jones, Curator

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