Slant Rhyme

Houston, TX

Slant Rhyme is a black, non-binary artist, organizer and curator living and working in Houston,TX. As an extradisciplinary artist, they are interested in language; examine cultural and social identity through founds sources: archival objects, videos, photos and audio to reveal the ways technology (survillence) inform our understanding of blackness in "America" as it situates gender, sex, race, identity, and the concept of beauty

Black TM (Slant Rhyme and Raven Crane) is a performance-based collaboration of Raven Crane and Slant Rhyme that consists of essays, conversations, and archival investigations that seek to explore the paradoxes, limitations, and social ramifications of trans representation within contemporary culture, and contradictions of capitalism and its deleterious effects on black and brown bodies, movement, time, and land. 

Co-curator of the Black and Brown Mail Art Biennale; an exhibition (based in Houston, TX) as a survey of original artworks from Q/T/B/I/POC contemporary artists from regional gulf-south aimed to open Jan 2021.

Program Coordinator of ConsTruct: Trans Job Creation a free job training program that provide entry-level trade skills to Trans + Gender Non-Conforming folx in the greater houston area. Co-Organizing first Trans Job Fair, Opening May 2020.