James T. Green / Olivia Bradley-Skill

James T. Green / Olivia Bradley-Skill
Better World
4’54”
2021

3“There have always been ghosts in the machine.”

A collaboration conceived by Olivia Bradley-Skill

 

 


James T. Green
For George, Breonna, Ahmaud and Christian
2’00”
2020

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Image: a meditation. samples “colouour” by moses sumney

 

I’ve thought about upgrading my phone, so I could have a better camera, Just in case I have to record myself or another Black person’s interaction with the police.

If I’m dead, I don’t want blurry video to cast any doubt that I’m lying. I want crystal clear evidence after my death.

I’ve thought about upgrading my phone, so I could have a better camera, Just in case I have to record myself or another Black person’s interaction with the police.

If I’m dead, I don’t want blurry video to cast any doubt that I’m lying. I want crystal clear evidence after my death.

I’ve thought about upgrading my phone, so I could have a better camera, Just in case I have to record myself or another Black person’s interaction with the police.

If I’m dead, I don’t want blurry video to cast any doubt that I’m lying. I want crystal clear evidence after my––

 

 


James T. Green
Atlantic

9’12”
2019

unnamedHaving a panic attack in a store, trying to calm the anger, it creeping back up until it can no longer be contained and having to leave the store, blaming everyone but myself, realizing the issue, taking a walk to lower my heart rate

 

 


James T. Green
EDMR

8’36”
2019

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Whenever I was alone, I always heard this internal monologue that was trying to take over. It almost was like my conscious trying to break out. With this piece, I was trying to get down to the bottom of why I felt anxious in a world where it felt like I was losing control, either literally or conceptually.

EMDR features C’ne Rohlsen. It aired for the first time here on Constellations.

 


James T. Green (he/they) is an audio documentarian by trade and an artist by practice. They are the founder of Molten Heart, a creative studio in Brooklyn, New York. Their works have been featured in places such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Mass MoCA, 99% Invisible, and Pop Up Magazine. Their interests revolve around the intersection of design practices, health technologies, and the global influence of Blackness.