Daylight Saving Time Epilogue + Time Poverty

At November 3rd's Daylight Saving Time Epilogue event, LaTierra presented the Kiana Marcus & Time Poverty vignette featured on Rasheedah Phillips Black Womxn's Temporal portal website:

Pictures to come.

Daylight Saving Time Epilogue

Considering the unique, intersectional temporal experiences of Black women, femmes, non-binary folks, and girls and the ways in which we are being actively erased from the objective, linear future, the Black Womxn Temporal Portal is a sculptural portal/booth that serves as a temporary temporal sanctuary for self-identified Black women, femmes, nonbinary folks, and girls. The portal activates the plural, subjective, and quantum nature of the future(s) where Black women, femmes, girls, and nonbinary folks exist and are safe, loved, and valued. The portal contains an open access, interactive nonlinear timescape/tapestry/temporal map/toolkit of Black womanist temporal rituals and tech preparing us for Black quantum womanist future(s). The portal also exists as a web-based platform at Two events related to the portal's unveiling will take place: Activation, Pt. 00: Black Womxn Temporal Portal FIRST FRIDAY RECEPTION, NOVEMBER 1, 2019, 5-7pm at the Painted Bride Art Center Activation, Pt. 01: Daylight Saving Time Epilogue SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2019, 3-6pm at the Painted Bride Art Center - Invite Only Event (invites will be sent via email)