The AfroSurreal List

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D. Scot Miller is an Oakland-based writer, artist, and curator.


Tân Khánh Cao, Knot Frum Hear, 2007. Courtesy of D. Scot Miller.

Tân Khánh Cao, Knot Frum Hear, 2007. Courtesy of D. Scot Miller.

 

AFRO-SURREAL: Black is the new black — a 21st century manifesto, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 5/20/2009

Black, Brown, & Beige: Surrealist Writings from Africa and the Diaspora: Review

Afrosurrealist Film Society: Conversation with Terri Francis, Part 2 — Blues Cinema

Black To The Future Series: A Conversation with D. Scot Miller

Black To The Future Series: An Interview with Krista Franklin

Black To The Future Series: An Interview with Alexandria Eregbu

Urban Video Project: Interview with Curators of Black Radical Imagination

YouTube Afrosurreal Manifesto Mix by April Sheridan

Afrofuturism: Remixing History Into The Here-And-Now

A Narrative in the Service of Reality: The Imaginings of Artist Christopher Burch (Long Trailer)

YBCA/Radical Presence: Invisibility is not Absence: Reclaiming History for Black Performance Artists

Henry Dumas Wrote About Black People Killed By Cops. Then He Was Killed By A Cop.

Wikipedia: Afro-Surrealism (12/8/2015)

The emergence and evolution of Afrosurrealism, 2009–16

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