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Esther Iverem


Esther Iverem is a multi-disciplinary artist, writer, producer and curator. Her diverse body of work, which includes several visual art exhibits, a show on Pacifica Radio, four books and two digital media projects, is about social justice and human existence—its history, current state and possible futures. It is also about the environment, including its mysteries extending into the universe. Since 2010, her fiber and multi-media works have been featured in four solo shows, several group shows and acquired for personal collections. She has curated two shows at DCAC—the District of Columbia Arts Center, including, in 2013, “Emancipation: Meditations of Freedom,” to mark the 250th anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. In her recent work, she interrogates physical and economic violence against people and violence against the planet. Her new series of contemporary Olokun Yoruba spirit figures carry images of African Americans killed by state violence and features Olokun as a water protector who proclaims that “Water is Life.”

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