Kendrick Daye

Multimedia artist, designer, and art director Kendrick Daye captures the kaleidoscopic fantasies of LGBTQ+ and Black life in his digital and analog collages. Analog collages are disassembled forms—colored paper, newspapers, magazines, photographs—that are glued to a surface and “break from classical artistic conventions.” Daye states: “I have been witness, firstly in myself but also in others, to the profound changes art can have on an individual’s perception, mood, and life. There’s a void of work that does this that centers [B]lack queer life. I create work because I want to see images that laud, legislate, and promulgate on the behalf of a [B]lack queer utopia.”

Source: Kulture Hub