Down In My Soul: Ancestors, Rituals, and Contemporary Practice | Honfleur GalleryHonfleur Gallery

Down In My Soul: Ancestors, Rituals, and Contemporary Practice

Down In My Soul: Ancestors, Rituals, and Contemporary Practice, a group show from the Washington DC-based duo Asha Elana Casey and Lionel Frazier White, explores the multilayered history of Black spirituality. Both expand notions of kinship by referencing personal experiences and research of diasporic religious and family traditions. In conversation with writer and curator Maleke Glee, the two discuss this body of work as part of the evolution of their artistic practice.