There is no Separation Attempt #1, 2020
11 x 14”
All proceeds go directly to the artist. Oolite Arts is not involved in the transaction process.
Najja Moon is a Miami based artist and cultural practitioner, born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. Her practice is centered on the idea that art is utilitarian. An amalgamation of practicalities that improve her life; design and language, cultural responsibility and community, her visual arts practice uses drawing and text to explore the intersections of queer identity, the body and movement, black culture and familiar relations both personal and communal. Moon is the inaugural artist to be commissioned by the Bass Museum for their “New Monuments” program. She is also the winner of a 2020 Knight New Work Grant for her ongoing project “The Huddle is a Prayer Circle”. Other recent exhibitions, commissions and publications included: The Design Shop, 2021, Tile Blush (Miami): Time Sensitive, 2020, Spinello Projects (Miami); Dust Specks on the Sea, 2020, Little Haiti Cultural Center (Miami); SPRTS Issue 9, 2019, Endless Editions, NYABF @MoMA PS1 (New York); How to Patch a Leaky Roof, 2019, Commissioned by O, Miami (Miami); 2 & a possible, 2019, Supplement Projects x Arts.Black (Miami).