give it to her when she's decided she knew herself...
"give it to her when she's decided she knew herself..." is a solo show that uses installation, video, archival documents, journal entries and family interviews to highlight moments of ancestral alignment.
To explore suspend moments of synchronicity, care, and ancestral mirroring into one sacred, yet ever-adjusting, space in time.
With ties to her Gullah/Geechee and Yoruba ancestries, her fascination with matriarch, and her concern for the movements of super clusters, Yetunde create a space where the past, present, and future all meet: where they all can communicate together; where others can feel safe reflecting on their multi-dimensional selves and ancestry; where ritual, sacred space, story-telling, and vulnerability all intersect.
"how do we experience and hold the act of care?
what does love sound like?
can we hold a sacred space for reminding ourselves of warmth?"
Universal Exchange is a large scale sound, light, and mural installation that explores the act of sharing intimacy and closeness, the exchange of sound, and how to two actions can create a space of warmth.