August 10, 2022/Posted by: amin
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Collaboration begins with a text by Kristopher Rindon Johnson based on his childhood experiences on Pimuu (Catalina Island). Johnson reached out to Kite, who also had childhood memories of Pimuu, and Kite and Johnson...
The Vera List Center for Art and Politics presents Hél čhaŋkú kiŋ ȟpáye (There lies the road), an exhibition and performance by Oglála Lakȟóta artist Suzanne Kite as the culmination of the artist’s year-long...
Pȟehíŋ kiŋ líla akhíšoke. (Her hair was heavy.) is a new work by Oglala Lakȟóta artist, Kite, which builds on her hair-braid interfaces and new research into AI-generated text. The hair-braid interface is a...
Listener, Performance, Kite, 2018. 15-28 minutes. Includes floor projections, audio channels, Hair-Braid interface. Adaptable for any space or online. This work has been staged with one project and installed TVs, one projector pointed at the...