Cv

b. 1994

Lives and works between Los Angeles and Trinidad and Tobago


EDUCATION

2022 

MFA, Interdisciplinary Studio, University of California, Los Angeles, CA


2018  

Skowhegan School of Painting   and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME


2017        

BFA, Photography and Imaging, New York University, New York, NY

EXHIBTIONS

2019 

Intersectionality: Diaspora Art from the Creole City curated by Rosie Gordon-Wallace and Sanjit Sethi, Flagg Building, The Cocoran School of Art and Design, Washington, DC 


Resident Artist Exhibition, Red Bull Arts Detroit, Detroit, MI


(after)care curated by No Longer Empty, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY


Don’t @ Me curated by Black Artists Union, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada 


Artifact #3: Terra Nullius, NLS Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica (solo)


2018 

Structures Manifest curated by Adia Sykes, ACRE Projects, Chicago, IL


Block Party curated by Tess Sol Schwab, Jenkins Johnson Projects, New York, NY


To Break the Ocean curated by Zalika Azim and Marquita Flowers, AC Institute, NY, NY


2017 

Universal Belonging curated by Mikhaile Solomon, PRIZM Art Fair, Miami, FL


»Thread Count«, curated by DER GRIEF, CO-OP at Unseen Photography Fair Amsterdam, Transformatorhuis at Westergasfabriek, Netherlands


Rock Paper Scissors and a Three-Armed Shovel: The 7th Annual Zine & Self Published Photo Book Fair, Baxter Street Camera Club, New York, NY


Show Two, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY


2016

The Caribbean Digital III, small axe, Columbia University, New York, NY


Mi Querido Barrio Augmented Reality Exhibition, Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, Harlem, New York, NY


Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter, New Museum, New York, NY


I Am ONE: Trinidad and Tobago Pride Arts Festival, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago


YJC & BUFU Present: R U 4 REAL. An Exhibition on Authenticity and Anger, BUFU Studios, New York, NY


APPROXIMATELY 800cm3 OF PLA, UFES Gallery, Vitória, Brazil


2015 

Date Night, a Bi-monthly Art Salon curated by Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., New York, NY


Respond, Smack Mellon, New York, NY

RESIDENCIES

2020         

Diaspora Vibes Cultural Arts Incubator, Miami, FL


2019          

Red Bull Arts Detroit, Detroit, MI

Alice Yard, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago


2018          

NLS Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica

Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

PACT Zollverein, Essen, Germany


2017          

ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions), Steuben, WI

PANELS, FELLOWSHIPS AND WORKSHOPS

2019

Art and Law Program Fellowship,  

Cornell Art and Architecture Planning, New York, NY 


2018 

Nova Film Festival and Lab (panelist), Billie Holiday Theatre, Restoration Plaza, Brooklyn, NY


Black Portraiture[s] IV: The Color of Silence, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA


The Black Archive: Past Present Futures with BUFU, Eyebeam, Brooklyn, NY


2017 

Manifesto Making workshop with Press Press, Wendy’s Subway, Brooklyn, NY


Create Change Fellowship, The Laundromat Project, NY, NY


Vision and Justice lecture series, led by Dr. Sarah Lewis, Brooklyn Public Library, New York, NY


On Feminism, Aperture Foundation, New York, NY


2016 

IMPACT16: ›RIFT ZONES – BRUCHZONEN‹, Pact Zollverein, Essen, Germany


A Different Lens: Vision and Justice, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY (moderator)


Black Feminisms: Theories, Praxis, Performance, 41st Annual Caribbean Studies Association Conference, Port au Prince, Haiti

PRESS AND PUBLICATIONS

2019         

Angela’s Pulse Performance Projects, Dancing While Black Journal, curated by Nontsikelelo Mutiti


Trinidad and Tobago Newsday, Lisa Allen-Agostini, A migrant artist arrives at Terra Nullius


HUE, PHOENICIAN PURPLE (forthcoming)


2018         

The New York Times, Antwaun Sargent, Where ‘Block Party’ Has A Score of Meanings 


Press Press, Press Press, Sentiments: Expressions of Cultural Passage


2017

Trinidad Guardian, Lisa Allen-Agostini, Moving on Up


Press Press, Sentiments, Issue 1


The Air Sheets, Issue 3, curated by Vanessa Thill and Claire Mirocha


2015 

Sula Collective, Issue 1

TEACHING

2018-present 

Regional Proxy, Black Lunch Table


2017    

Educator, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, New York, NY


2015          

Teaching Assistant for Keisha Scarville, International Center for Photography’s Teen Academy, New York, NY