In the former home of Dr. Josephine English, the first African American woman to have an OB/GYN practice in New York and founder of the Paul Robeson Theatre in Brooklyn, the unique confluence of forces created in this space through divergent types of labor honored the architecture by adding to its historicity. Simone Leigh and organizers were constantly negotiating the overlapping issues of identity, visibility, labor, interdisciplinarity, artistic practice, and care in this clinic-installation.

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