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Jibade-Khalil Huffman (b.1981) was born in Detroit and lives in Los Angeles. He is the author of three books of poems,19 Names For Our Band (Fence, 2008), James Brown is Dead (Future Plan and Program, 2011), and Sleeper Hold(Fence, 2015). His art and writing projects, spanning photography, video, performance and poetry, have been exhibited and performed at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; MoMA/P.S.1, Long Island City, New York; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, among others. In May he will present a new body of work in collaboration with Claudia Rankine and John Lucas at Museum as Retail Space, Los Angeles.
Mateo Tannatt (b. 1979) lives and works in Los Angeles. His work includes the use of sculpture, video, painting, photography, performance, and writing as a means of inquiry; using objects and space to investigate modes of hierarchy and autonomy. He has most recently had solo exhibitions at INOVA (Milwaukee), Gallery Diet (Miami), and Marc Foxx (Los Angeles). He has exhibited in More Young Americans, L’Enclos des Bernardins – Hotel de Miramion (Paris), When Attitudes Become For Become Attitudes, CCA Wattis (San Fransisco), First Among Equals, Institute of Contemporary Arts (Philadelphia), and All of This and Nothing, The Hammer Museum (Los Angeles). Tannatt conceived special works for Frieze Projects (2013), Alan Kaprow Push and Pull, Reinvention, ArtParcours, Art Basel (2012), and Performa 11 (2011).
This photo essay was originally published in Carla issue 1.