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Darryl DeAngelo Terrell (b. 1991) is a BLK queer lens-based artist, and digital curator, currently based in the Midwest. Terrell’s work is centered around the philosophy of F.U.B.U. (for us by us), thinking about how their work can aid a larger conversation about Blackness, and its many intersectionalities. Their work explores the displacement of Black and Brown people, femme identity and strength; the Black family structure, sexuality, gender, and safe spaces. Terrell earned their MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Photography.

Directed by: Gold House Media

Produced by: Kresge Arts in Detroit, Ben Friedman, Lara Sfire