Invocations Written by Ra Malika Imhotep, Illustrations by miyuki baker


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Binding: Perfect Bound
Pages: 64
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Invocations is a collection of writing and drawings channeled for The Church of Black feminist Thought (CoBfT). Artist Ra Malika Imhotep wrote an Invocation that called in the work, life, and impact of 12 individual Black feminist artists, theorist, and thinkers. Each invocation is accompanied by a portrait drawn by co-convener Miyuki Baker. Invocations in this collection speak to global Black feminist concerns with special attention given to Disability Justice, Black Trans* feminisms, The Erotic and more. This project was released for the artist’s exhibition at Antenna.

Ra Malika Imhotep, ph.d (Ra/They) is a Black feminist writer and performance artist from Atlanta, GA. Their work uses Black vernacular storytelling traditions in tandem with autoethnography and critical reflections on the work of Black feminist cultural workers to explore the relationships between queerness, Black femininities, diaspora, and labor. They are co-convenor with miyuki baker of The Church of Black feminist Thought and a member of The Black Aesthetic curatorial collective.

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Weight .4 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 0.25 in