Noah Brown

Noah Brown’s work hones in on the reality of living as a biracial androgynous male amongst the lasting trauma of slavery. Stemming from a place of personal trauma Brown dissects the social and historical significance of discriminatory behavior both within and outside of his communities through textiles and sculpture. His four years in specialized schooling as a visual arts major at Etobicoke School of the Arts have taught him ways he can gain autonomy by teaching his communities the historical significance behind our current psychological state, creating a safe and educated environment for people of colour who wish to express themselves, and to change the perception of black youth by setting an example for what minorities are capable of accomplishing. Brown is currently studying in New York and has shown at the Art Gallery of Guelph (Guelph ON), Albright Knox Gallery (Buffalo NY) and Project Gallery (Toronto ON).