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Jova Lynne: Before I Let Go
Open through Sunday, December 15th

Jova Lynne: Before I Let Go

Friday, November 1, 2019 – Sunday, December 15, 2019
Presented in Gallery Two


Before I Let Go is a multi-disciplinary compilation of works that vocalize the nature of Black Emotive phenomena.

Titles of Works:
A Cathartic Exercise in Rage
Hope, 1989
Before I Let Go


Jova Lynne is a transdisciplinary artist and curator based out of Detroit, MI of Jamaican and Colombian heritage born and raised in New York City. Lynne is interested in the parallels between fictional, historical and personal archive in identity development. A long time documentarian Lynne, seeks to subvert anthropological practice in utilizing the lens and performance. She is interested in the cognitive dissonance one experiences when navigating material, text and media-based archive specifically as they relate to Black culture. Lynne is a grantee of the Astraea Foundation’s Global Arts Fund, which has supported her work in media and social practice based projects in Kingston, Jamaica and Berlin, Germany in addition to her work in Detroit. Lynne completed a Masters of Fine Arts in Photography at Cranbrook Academy of Art in May 2017. She is currently completing her second year as a Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Contemporary Art-Detroit.

More Info: jovalynne.com