d throne (2015)

d throne (the throne, dethrone) responds to notions that “hair is political” – chimamanda ngozi adichie (2013), as well as observations, trends, and polemics “black hair, still tangled in politics” – catherine saint louis (2009) – all of which allude to black hair as; an indicator of autonomous expression, a marker of imposition, or its changing condition as a signifier of a demand for conformity to meet an aesthetic of acceptability – and as such, black hair in its unprocessed natural state continues to weild a radical presence.