Innards, Inner and Outer Space & Place
Art Talk, Screening & Workshop with Nhung Đinh, Corey Pickett, and Nhật Minh (neé Frédéric Dialynas Sanchez)
Thursday, December 7, 2023 | 6-8pm
Location: 500 Capp Street (500 Capp St, San Francisco)
Price: $20 | Register here to reserve a spot
Co-presented by 500 Capp Street’s Shifting Possessions salon series and Slash.

Straddling artistic mediums and mediumship, these three artists transmute physical and socio-political landscapes, mass media and the mundane. Afro-futurism, Asian indigenous shamanism, and European avant-garde frameworks shift as these artists ask, What does possession mean? There is no death nor dyads: displaced, replaced; ready to wear and readymade. Nhung Đinh is an independent artist, curator, and filmmaker working with queer communities in several countries. Corey Picket’s practice examines the relationships of fear, race, and social systems, which are informed by his upbringing in the Golden Isles of Georgia. Nhật Minh’s practice encompasses collaboration and distillation of his connections in Paris, Biên Hoà and in between. Together, their interdisciplinary practice of intimacies intimate between the body and the body politic, the only way out is in.

Shifting Possessions is a salon series that feature dialogs and programming on queer(y)ing object collections, remediation strategies, geopolitical connections, historical trauma and healing. 500 Capp Street’s Shifting Possessions is made possible with support from California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, with additional support from Teiger Foundation.