@ Alabama Contemporary March 9th - July 20th
Featuring the works of Trécha Gay Jheneall, Keiaria Williams and Keysha Rivera. 

Water stands as a fluid site of ancestral memory, with memories that anchor and act as an essential resource to both the tangible and spiritual world. In other words, the immaterial materializes, and the intangible is made tangible through bodies of water (Alexander 2015, 292). Wata Ways explores interconnected waterbodies of the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Gulf, as fluid sites of memories and pathways for Caribbean diasporic people. These sites of memory serve as vehicles of expression through storytelling, movement through rituals of migration and water memory as an 𝓪𝓻𝓬𝓱𝓲𝓿𝓮.