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REBEL: Artist Torkwase Dyson Is Trying to "Desperately Live Up to Blackness"

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Torkwase Dyson makes art that captures and extends the zeitgeist by mining the history of black bodies in America. Best known for her sculptures and multi-media installments, Dyson has recently been named the Robert Gwathmey Chair at Cooper Union, where she is launching her newest installation, I Can Drink the Distance.   To read the full article, click here.