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Singing songs and performing for my neighbors and with collaborators theresa Columbus and Skye Fort at the Wyman Park Dell.
Song truck COVID project: Singing songs and performing for my neighbors and with collaborators theresa Columbus and Skye Fort at the Wyman Park Dell.

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About Rae

Baltimore City - Station North A&E District

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Rae Red encourages laughter in the face of darkness by translating everyday realities into playful performances. Their work exposes the magic and wonder within our daily functions, from the wizardry of sight and color theory, to the way water invisibly keeps our lives flowing smoothly like a ghost within the walls. They explore subjects that are universal like blood pumping through veins, while bringing light to the small deaths that reoccur continuously around us. They have presented their work in... more

Red Zone- Elsewhere Artist in Residence

Red Zone, or Red Crypsis, ongoing

Safety is arbitrary right now as we are navigating a city (and country) where there is no agreed upon standard to stay safe, let alone agreed upon threat to that safety. Red is a color associated with risk taking, it is the color used on maps to mark where COVID cases are surging. The color of greatest danger. For my current pod family, the Shelter Elsewhere Fellows (Kinari Council, Christian Lee, Thea Cohen, Avery Rose) Red Crypsis provides bold camouflage to create a sense of shelter and familiarity within the danger. We are camouflaged in this red haven of both vibrance and invisibility. Hiding in plain sight, each moving portrait is unique to the person. Each red environment, a new configuration of objects, a labor of love and an offering to them, an act of care to help them find comfort in the Red Zone.

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