i am a living artist
 

                                      

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my work is intuitive and imaginative
i see myself and my artistic expressions as collage
                                     a blending of all things                                                  everything existing simultaneously
my work is transdisciplinary – beyond the traditional and conventional categorizations existing at the intersections of improvisation, movement, film, photography, sound, instillation, visual art, fashion design, and collage

                                                                  

                i work from an emotional and sensual place
                these are logical places
                i am intrigued by risk and a constant visitor of the                     unknown

i am a creative problem solver, an improviser, a leader, and a collaborator

i believe that we are capable of more than we think so i am interested in pushing myself beyond what is possible


               
    i want to bring people together.
    to create work accessible to all
that everyone can engage with

     how do we embrace our commonalities and simultaneously value each others differences
create an empathetic world 



i am the past, present, and the future.
a multidirectional and diverse culmination of histories and experiences.

        son of African people stolen from their homeland                       and enslaved in America.
        son of Russian Jews who immigrated to America
        to escape ensuing genocide and oppression.



how is the past and future woven into the present?
how does the activation of imagination manifest into the creation of the future now?
how can love and empathy transcend perceived boundaries?
how can i as an artist act as an agent of truth and light?
how can i keep opening up, allowing myself to be free? how is this an act of embodied resistance as a black person?


















? morgan bobrow-williams