Newark Artist Collaboration: Adama Delphine Fawundu

Adama Delphine Fawundu will create a rotating, temporary (six - nine months) video wall and immersive visualization of sound at the Audible Headquarters. A version will also be shared on the project website.


Wata Bodis

This abstract video collage blends together international and local water bodies, human body forms, West African fabrics, and symbols representing Newark's contemporary and Indigenous histories. Mesmerizing images of the Atlantic Ocean, Newark Bay, The Hudson River, and Sierra Leone's Mano River are interwoven with depictions of the Lenni-Lenape medicine wheel, Newark Poet Laureate Amiri Baraka's drawings, and fabrics hand-dyed by the artist’s grandmother, symbolically making space for a radical imagination: a sustainable and healthy Earth, along with a humane and equitable future for all.

June 9, 2022