TONIKA JOHNSON

Photographer & Englewood Activist

TONIKA JOHNSON

Englewood Video Projection Party

On, Friday, September 14th, during and after Englewood’s 2nd critical mass night bike ride, Roll N Peace DaRemix, Tonika Johnson hosted a large scale, site specific video projection party in Englewood to celebrate Black culture on Chicago’s South Side in partnership with Blvk Vrchives, Borderless Studio, and Exposure for Concerned Black Photographers. The video montage included old family photographs from Englewood residents and historic images of neighboring south side communities.

On, Friday, September 14th, after Englewood’s 2nd critical mass night bike ride, Roll N Peace DaRemix, Tonika Johnson hosted a large scale, site specific video projection event in Englewood honoring Black culture on Chicago’s South Side in partnership with Blvk Vrchives, Borderless Studio, and Exposure for Concerned Black Photographers. The video montage included old family photographs from Englewood residents and historic images of neighboring south side communities.

Tonika Johnson (left), Renata Cherlise of Blvk Vrchives (middle), and Paola Aguirre of Borderless Studios (right) at the Englewood Video Projection party on September 14th, 2018.

Youth enjoying the video projection from inside the projection vehicle at the site located on 63rd St. & Justine. .

Englewood residents viewing the video projection on September 14th at the site located on 63rd St. & Justine.

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