Leopard Interstate, Jacolby Satterwhite, 2015, courtesy of the…

written by Niche.LA Video Art March 2, 2016


Leopard Interstate, Jacolby Satterwhite, 2015, courtesy of the artist

Spending most of the last year designing, building, method acting, and researching, 2016 should be prolific for the Southern-born New York-based multimedia artist Jacolby Satterwhite. “I am working on a feature length film CGI scored by a concept electronic album that outsources its vocals and lyrics from folk songs recorded on cassette tape in South Carolina between 1994 - 1998, ” Satterwhite tells us. “The film is called En Plein Air: Music of Objective Romance.”

Satterwhite’s work constantly engages its public with identity & social issues and supports the queer community, and 2016 promises to bring consequential moves. “A positive trend this year seems to involve an expanding window and audience for experimental queer writers, electronic musicians, poets, fashion designers and misc. creatives,” he says. “I’m seeing a massively blurred gender binary reflect on the way music sounds, structures are broken, eccentricities and idiosyncrasies are pushing forward to the mainstream.“ He concludes with a prediction: the term "niche” will become obsolete in the same way “sellout” did. Stay tuned—we’ll keep you abreast of his upcoming works.

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