Mahari as Allegory of Black, Woman, Painter, Being 

Gallery 305, Richmond Va

9.26.16 - 9.27.16

Mahari as Allegory is a 24 hour meditative endurance ritual open to the audience for the final hour. It is performed in order to conquer the metaphysical dilemma of being. 

"Being a woman, being colored and being alive",

as Ntozake Shange described.

Photograph by Csar Clark 

Photograph by Nalan Smartt

Photograph by Nalan Smartt