I Got a Home in that Rock: Journey to Salvation

Exhibition by alum Domia Edwards
On view May 26 - Jun 8, 2022
Opening Reception: May 26, 6pm


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Location: Gayle and Ed Roski Gallery
USC Roski Studios (IFT)
3001 S. Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90007


About the Exhibition

In her immersive exhibition USC Roski School of Art and Design’s Macomber Travel Grant recipient, Domia Edwards, employs photography, video, family archives, and sculptural installation to take us on a journey to her mother's hometown of Ardmore, Oklahoma.  I Got A Home in That Rock: Journey to Salvation uses this town as a source to remake the white cube into a domestic and spiritual space, collapsing the exterior and interior spaces of private and public life exposing the internality of a Black American experience, where family relations, identity, and spirituality always intersect with issues of race, politics, and class.  This is a Macomber Travel Grant exhibition.  

Artist's Bio

 Domia Edwards (b. 1998, Atlanta, Ga)  is an artist working in the media of photography, sculpture, video, installation and performance, whose work often investigates familial relationships, history, cultural identity, class, and how systems affect the cultivation of the self. She also uses her work to explore the relationships between her body, space, and spirituality. She is also founder of Vision98 Studios a creative studio & collaborative located in Marina Del Rey. She received a Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis in Photography and 4D media at the Roski School of Art at the University of Southern California. She is a recipient of the Ellen and David Lee Family Scholarship and Theresa and Alfred Weisberg Scholarship.  Edwards was nominated by the Roski School of Art to attend the Yale Norfolk School of Art Summer Residency and to study abroad at the University of the Arts London. Domia has participated in a number of group shows in Atlanta, GA; SAIC, Chicago; The Art Academy, London; Studio Gallery, Norfolk, CT; Lindhurst Gallery, The Chapel, François Ghebaly, and the Fisher Museum of Art, Los Angeles amongst other venues. In 2019, Domia was awarded the Macomber Travel Grant to travel to her mother’s hometown of Ardmore, Ok to work on a project about the history of her family and their complex relationship to the town.   

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