Shantell Martin's exhibition Words and Lines at the Denver Art Museum has opened and is in full swing. The exhibition features Martin’s signature black and white drawings that explore intersectionality, identity, and play. It includes an interactive wall with triangular boxes that rotate, an animated video projection, and a third section focused solely on Martin’s renowned drawing and there is an original music piece composed by Martin that plays with the video once every hour.
Extensions of this installation will be visible throughout the museum, adding an element of surprise and whimsy to every visit to the DAM.
Visitors can take home a souvenir from their visit to Shantell Martin: Words and Lines by visiting The Shop at the DAM. Items designed by the artist, including mugs, pins, and stickers, are available for purchase during the run of the exhibition. Read more about it in 303 Magazine's in-depth interview with Martin here and visit the Denver Art Museum here for more information.