My Great-great-grandmother Addie:
"What they teaching you in those schools?"

My Father:
"The say they're teaching us the truth.”

My Great-great-grandmother Addie:
"Ha! When it comes to the truth, half hasn't been written, and half hasn't been told..."


Half Hasn’t Been Told re-imagines the shared histories of Black Americans and Native Americans, as well as current societal circumstances relevant to the two via a fictional narrative that takes the actual facts of my Osage Great-great-grandmother's life as it's point of departure.

click here to view AN EXCERPT

In May 2013 Project Row Houses along with the Visual Arts Network hosted Steppin' Out: Half Hasn't Been Told Mixer & Screening at The Eldorado Ballroom in Houston, TX. The public art event combined a public video art screening with an interactive, community supported art installation, in addition to intercultural Black and Native American food and music.

Find stills from the video and images from the Steppin' Out event below.

Half Hasn't Been Told, video still  

 

 

 

Half Hasn't Been Told, video still  

 

Half Hasn't Been Told, video still  

 

 

Half Hasn't Been Told, video still