In the wake of George Floyd’s barbarous murder in police hands and the urgent development of Black Lives Matter call to action, we will place a pause on the release of our third iteration of CultureHoleTV and turn our platform over to the voices that currently need to be heard from most.
As we continue the development of our episodic program, in the coming weeks we will in-dispersedly share video content, audio recordings, readings and curated lists from artists who have generously made space to share their thoughts in this momentous time.
In Until Tomorrow, Pieterson self-appropriates and poignantly expands upon a section of conversation previously recorded between hisself and artist, activist and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, wherein the two address the importance of “witnessing” in relation to films and television shows like “When They See Us.”
Mark Pieterson (b. 1990; Accra, Ghana) is an artist, designer, and writer based in Los Angeles, California. Mark’s writing has been published by Art in America, Numero Berlin, Novembre Magazine, Sleek Magazine, Topical Cream, and others. Pieterson is also the founder of the conversation series tête-à-tête, providing critical and engaging conversations with art practitioners, activists, and thinkers. His work has been shown at The Power Station, Dallas; 47 canal, New York; Oslo 10, Zurich; Sadie Halie Projects, New York; and Material Art Fair, Mexico City.