September 10, 6pm-9pm
Utilizing 100-foot extensions of rope, twine, and yarn impeccably wrapped, woven, tied and embellished with recycled beads, ribbon, lace, tape and bottle cap bobbles, Theda Sandiford lures you into her hue-imbued, enmeshed installations symbolizing natural hair. Theda’s bold whimsically twisted and locked forms, gingerly invite the audience into off the-wall conversations about micro aggressions against black women and their hair.
On Friday, September 10, I'm hosting my first open studio session in 18 months. Audience participation encouraged. Wrap and hitch knot yarn onto rope to become a part of a hair installation and find a common denominator amongst us all, HAIR. Please wear a mask
Studio 231 150 Bay Street,
Jersey City, NJ 07302 NOTE: Entrance lobby for the 2nd floor studios is separate from that for the residential units of 150 Bay and can be found at the NE corner of the building, at the corner of 1st St. and Provost St.