Nominated by Marwen
Jada-Amina’s latest body of work engages histories of Black expression, Black cultural practice, Black semantics and Black narrative form to reimagine, interrogate and champion the politics of Black femininity. Jada-Amina is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist whose practice lies within the discourse of new genres and experimental film. She is currently researching and developing a body of work that locates “Black Chicago’s” legacy of contemporary African diasporic cultural preservation.
Image: Revolutions, super 8mm scanned to digital, B&W, sound, 00:01:35, 2018