An experimental music film about the journey of letting go to create space. The original music depicts the ending of personal friend, romantic, and familial relationships with Black men amongst the national loss of George Floyd. Shot in Brooklyn and Minneapolis, the imagery interprets the music’s story and tone.
Kelsey Pyro (Music Producer and Vocalist, she/her) is a Brooklyn-based Black and Ojibwe artist from St. Paul / Minneapolis Minnesota. Specializing in music composition, sound art, and performance her work often incorporates genres, experiences, and stories from her African American and Native American identity. Kelsey has had the opportunity to share bills with MC Lyte, Naughty By Nature, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Wale, and more. Kelsey Pyro is also a recipient of The Shed Open Call Artist in Residence program, The Wyckoff House X Lincoln Center Protest Garden artist residency, and the 2018 and 2019 Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts grant.
Kino Galbraith (Film Artist and Director, he/him) is a Jamaican American film artist from Brooklyn, New York. His work focuses on photography and film. He enjoys capturing the world around him and collaborating on creative projects with friends, who are local NYC artists. His work has been shown at The Shed NYC and The Center at West Park. Kino is also a member of Bear Canvas Sounds, a collective that curates spaces for local POC artists to showcase their work.