Protected: Marginal Equity
Poetry Reading on Indigenous Cultural Self-Determination

Kade L. Twist
May 2, 2018

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Kade L. Twist

Kade L. Twist

Kade L. Twist is a poet and interdisciplinary artist working with video, sound, interactive media, text, and installation environments. He is a co-founder of Postcommodity, an interdisciplinary collective that was included in both the 2017 Whitney Biennial and documenta 14. With his individual work and Postcommodity, Twist has exhibited work nationally and internationally.

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