Divine Mother Graphic Novel

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Divine Mother Graphic Novel

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Drawing on Afrofuturist themes, my motifs relate to Black motherhood and motherships. My most contemporary work cycles maternity and explores comprehensive visions of futuristic Utopias/Dystopias that converge at the intersection of awareness, power, and emancipation; anchoring them with direct relevance to contemporary social issues in ways that communicate Black women’s participation in, and alienation from the larger world. Divine Mother exposes self and that of the African Diaspora through figurative narratives, embodying the topics of the fluidity of time, critical race theory, Black family structures, trauma, and interest in Yoruba culture and religion. Mother came from a street market on a trip to South Africa. Her birth ignited questions of my ancestry, self- reflection, having a single black mom, my fear of motherhood, and mortality.

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