Lindsay first workshopped some of the concepts for Evoking the Mulatto in an Arts & Cultural Equity lab at Tisch School for the Arts in 2011. With the help of collaborators and advisors over the past few years, it has since expanded with major release in 2015.
Lindsay Catherine Harris is a Brooklyn-based media artist, activist, and educator working to create multimedia projects exploring identity, presence, and history. Through fragmented modes of representation and voyeurism, bemusing through visual stimulation and often comic bizarre, her artistic body of work seeks to complicate and fracture the rigidity of identity manifested in racial and sexual classification as a means of controlling marginalized bodies. Lindsay has also designed and taught programs in new media, digital storytelling, art, and social justice to young people at museums and community-based orgs around NYC, currently expanding programs at the Brooklyn Museum. She holds a B.A. in Africana Studies & Art from Vassar College and M.A. in Arts Politics from NYU. www.lindsaycatherine.com