Reading featuring multi-media artists Aiko Fukuchi, Owolabi William Copeland and video presentation of Taraneh Fazeli’s “Tick Check. It’s Chronic”
Relentless Bodies is a creative disability justice collective for Afrikan Indigenous and People of Color based in Detroit. Our collective of multi-dimensional beings gathers to intimately explore how our body-minds impact the narratives we create through our art.
Accessibility: We will have captioning provided for all events. We also will have ASL interpretation. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have other accommodations you would need to participate fully.
This event is sponsored by Poets & Writers and the Transforming Power Fund
Owólabi William Copeland is an essayist, poet, cultural worker and MC from Detroit (aka Will See). he is passionate for making soundtracks of resistance that touch mind, body, and spirit.
Aiko Fukuchi is a community organizer and writer living in Detroit, MI. Their writing explores themes including intergenerational trauma, joy, and knowledge, interwoven histories, solidarity, resistance, and home through a queer, Japanese American perspective.
Taraneh Fazeli is an art curator and educator living in Brooklyn and Detroit. Her practice engages art as a site to interrogate the techniques of representation and dream more just ways of being together.