I don't believe that artists should show the world as it is. We have this ability to create something better, so we ought to do it.
As an artist, you eventually have to get over your own self-censorship to make work that is true and honest.
I see art as an escape from reality.
I am attracted to people who were born into circumstances that were meant to crush them, but they fought against the bullshit of the world.
"The challenge now will be to preserve the experimental, radical, independent spirit in terms of the choices we make and yet work as an institution."
"Art can be an armchair or a sledge hammer and everything in between."
"All this repression towards blackness made ‘Black is the giant’, so it's a pile, a giant, essentially coming to fight against that type of energy."
"The paths of change will never be smooth. It's really fucking hard and I'm so impatient."
"My work is about struggle and resistance."
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"I was shut up for being honest and now people are looking up to me because of that honesty."
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