BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.

BUKI BODUNRIN

Adebukola Bodunrin is a film, video, and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. In her collage animations, she manipulates film using unorthodox manual and digital techniques in order to produce unexpected cinematic experiences. Her practice is influenced by but not limited by African American feminist theory. The artist aims to provide nuance and individualism to African American representation in the arts community. The artist’s series of five short films called Hear My Voice, recounts real critical comments made about women’s voices. The videos feature short clips of a diverse group of women speaking while an audio narrative is played over it. The Hear My Voice series sarcastically illustrates women’s dismissal.