Kobina Wright To Grant Gifts to First 30 At STATIC! on September 19th
Kobina Wright will give to attendees in recognition of milestone exhibition in the U.S.
By: Selah Haki
Wright’s first multi-media exhibition took place in 2012 at the Sangdee Gallery, in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Her exhibit was part of a multi-artist, multi-country traveling exhibit curated through Circus Terminal of the Uncooked Culture, outsider artist collective. Wright’
STATIC! was initially inspired by the death and FBI cover-up of Fred Hampton, however, the STATIC! series has broadened, encompassing the issue and fight against, police brutality, rogue government actions and the abuse of authority.
Wright is an American writer, artist, actress and language creator. She is known primarily for her poetry and abstract art which is constantly evolving. Wright is the creator of the Hodaoa-Anibo language which she began to develop in 2003 and published “The Hodaoa-Anibo Dictionary.”
Wright has also been published in several literary magazines including, Torrid Literature Journal, Blackberry and SNReview. She has published the second edition of the “Abridged Hodaoa-Anibo Dictionary” and last year, spoke at the X13 Conference in Omaha, Nebraska.
Wright's works of art have been exhibited around the world including: Paramaribo, Suriname − De Hal Multipurpose Room 2014; Piran, Slovenia − The Cultural & Artistic Association 2014; Wellington, New Zealand − Fringe Festival 2014; Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Amsterdam Outsider Gallery 2013; Boyertown, Pennsylvania - Studio B 2013; Liverdun, France - Chateau Corbin 2012; Chiang Mai, Thailand - Sangdee Gallery 2012.
To learn more about Kobina Wright visit www.KobinaWright.com.