Derrick Woods-Morrow's work is a meditation on deviation and disruption, on language and representation, and on growing up in the American South. Currently based in Chicago and originally from Greensboro, North Carolina, he explores through his artistic practice Black sexual freedoms and the complicated histories concerning access to these freedoms. His work has been exhibited in collaboration with Paul Mpagi Sepuya in the 2019 Whitney Biennial, in thematic international and national group exhibitions at Kunsthal KAdE in the Netherlands, the Schwules Museum in Berlin, as well as The Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. He is a member of the Chicago-based collective, Concerned Black Image Makers, and is on the Board of Directors at the Fire Island Artist Residency.Profile image by: Robyn Whalen
- "Frederick on Lake Pontchartrain, After Lincoln Beach"
- "The Roach is Coming" film still
- Chicago Cruising Memorial (Summer 2019)
- "Much Handled Things Are Always Soft" film still
- "Acts of Boyhood Divination" excerpt
- In Progress performance, "Acts of Boyhood Divination" Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
- "Acts of Boyhood Divination, Southern Seas"