On View :: Sat. Nov. 6th, 2021 - Sun. Feb. 6th, 2022

Nov. 6, 2021 – Feb 6, 2022

Join us for a series of virtual artist talks:

Sunday January 30, 6pm

Wednesday February 2, 6pm

Saturday February 5, 6pm

::Zoom Link ::

Receptions: Nov. 6, Nov. 13, Dec. 11, Jan 21: 6-10pm

Yesterday, sugar’s cultivation as an anthropogenic crop spurred the production of plantation-based economies, eschewing pre-existing biodiversity, violently disregarding Indigenous sovereignty, and torturing the enslaved African descended body. Today, the commodity continues to line the fields of southeast Louisiana, alongside petrochemical and oil refineries, serving as a metaphor, a symbol for disaster capitalism.  By examining the subtle and direct connections of sugar as a global catalyst, a colonizing agent, and a sweet danger, the artists shed light on how humans interact with sugar as an idea, a substance, a haunted past, a pleasure, a metaphor of privilege, a destructive force, a source of abundance and addiction, and a memory.  This exhibition motivates us to examine the internal and external ramifications of the human desire for more.  We invite you to time travel with us as you drink in Sugar.

Curated by Denise Frazier and Renee Royale

A P.5 Satellite Exhibition



Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell

Amelia Broussard

Angel Perdomo

AnnieLaurie Erickson

Caesar Meadows

Carl Joe Williams

James W. Goedert

kai barrow

L.Kasimu Harris

Laura Gipson

MaPó Kinnord

Nic Brierre Aziz

Robin Levy

Ron Bechet

Rontherin Ratliff

Sean Fader

Shana M. griffin

Stylo Moniker

Thom Karamus

Ursa Eyer

Wayne Amedee

First Floor Gallery View

Second Floor Gallery View