The New Yorker recently published, “The Profound Power of the New Solange Videos.” The article establishes a lineage similar to that of the work of liquid blackness by looking at the role of Arthur Jafa in Solange’s new work and how that is in conversation with his work with Julie Dash, and by extension, Beyonce’s “Lemonade” and the work of Kahlil Joseph. It also highlights the importance of the music video format and gestures towards a sort of liquid black aesthetic visible in the work of Japanese-American video director, Hiro Murai. Read the full article here.