Frewuhn is a multidisciplinary performing artist. Her work follows a trajectory of theory to practice. Her background in theology, history and anthropology inform her work and approach. Frewuhn probes at the methodology of performance, the methods of our madness, art as process making and tool shaping.

- For Frewuhn, the liminal space is the realm of possibility.

Frewuhn is a multidisciplinary artist and founder of Frewuhn Arts Collective LLC. She addresses her work from an empathetic and contextual space, relying on her background in history and cultural anthropology. Frewuhn made her musical debut with Alternative Rock soul band Neon Collars in 2009, and has toured internationally with artists including CeCe Winans and Solange. In 2018, she released her first solo album, Stupid Carnival, as well as a book of poetry, The Color of Frequency, with accompanying curriculum and performance.

 

Her most recent work includes a residency at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, where she used her latest work Freedom Summer Mixtape as a sound and cultural lab. Frewuhn reimagined the museum to record a series of installations spanning themes of  freedom, ecology, decay, and repair. Her focus is on the formation one must embody to pass through protests many phases. 

Education 

2004 - 2008

Fisk University, B.A. History

2010 - 2013

Vanderbilt University, Master of Theological Studies

Awards-Residencies

2021

2020

Mid-America Arts Alliance Grant Recipent

Bond Arts & Culture Series Inaugural Resident, Chattanooga State Community College 

CAMHLAB Artist in Residence, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

Exhibitions 

2019

The Color of Frequency, Fisk University

2020

The Color of Frequency, Chattanooga State Community College

Freedom Summer Mixtape, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

2021

Freedom Summer Mixtape Temple, ONE / OFF Black Arts District on Cryptovoxels

Freedom Summer Mixtape-Side B, August Wilson African American Cultural Center

Publications-Talks

2018

2020

"The Color of Frequency," book

"Visual Legacy: 1920s, The Contemporary Spirit" with Michael Ewing at Texas Southern University

2021

"Art and the Economy of Ideas" with Lady Pheonix at Dartmouth College

Contact 

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