Reserve your free timed ticket to experience the inaugural exhibition in the Oklahoma Contemporary's Artist-in-Residence Studio and Gallery. Using light, sound and digital film projection, Flight explores the physical, architectural and cultural residue of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre into the present. Timed with the 100-year commemoration of the massacre, Flight incorporates archival material with digital video, digitized 35-mm film footage, three-channel sound, and vinyl. The artist provides multiple points of entry and angles of refraction, offering an unfixed sense of what is varying parts history, impressions, analysis, and reverie.
This exhibition is made possible by a grant from the Mid-America Arts Alliance.
Image: Installation view of Crystal Z Campbell: Flight at Oklahoma Contemporary. Photo: Trayson Conner