Celebrate the literary and artistic contributions of Black women; Black queer, trans people and gender nonconforming people through a book installation dedicated to imagining what freedom looks like.
About the Artist
Bekezela Mguni is a radical librarian, activist, artist, and abundant-bodied femme. She believes that the collective sharing of knowledge, beauty and inspiration is a part of life’s purpose and brings that intentional spirit to her work.
About the Program:
This program is a project of The People Are The Light, a series of public art installations and workshops in Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood, curated by Alisha Wormsley. Twelve artist-collaborators lead events and performances throughout the neighborhood. Each project explores the connections between past, present and future.