Of Other Spaces, is an exhibition taking  it's conceptual cues from from Of Other Spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias by philosopher Michel Foucault. In this writing, Foucault makes a detailed critique of societal structures, social norms, and our relationship to space, while proposing the possibility for a new set of relationships. The artists in the show use a range of imagery and language to answer or question the ways in which we inhabit our realities. Of Other Spaces is driven by imagining new modes of belonging in diversely populated environments, where space can potentially unfold perpetually. This show is a prequel to the Black Infinity's forthcoming summer exhibition "Pull-Up" exploring; gentrification, diaspora, and immigration..



Yetunde Olagbaju is a multidisciplinary artist, collaborator, and curator currently residing in Oakland, CA. Through their work, they concern themselves with time travel, space, source, vulnerability, ancestry, healing and the human relationship to the Blackness of the universe.  Through video, installation, performance, photography, sound, and ritual they aim to sort through how we, as human beings, orient ourselves within our own existence.

“WHAT NOW” stoneware, glaze 12" x 14" x 1" 2018

“WHAT NOW” stoneware, glaze 12" x 14" x 1" 2018


Ebitenyefa Baralaye is a Nigerian-American artist whose work explores the psychological agency of objects and their projected manifestations of identity and desire: shrines, statues, monuments, urns, etc. He is drawn to the poetics of domesticity and utility, positioning design and function as structural ways of feeling.



Jay Katelansky (b. Edison, NJ) is an multidisciplinary artist working primarily in video and installation. She is currently living and working in Oakland, CA. Her work questions how Black bodies, including her own, navigate space in the United States.