M’Kenzy Cannon is an artist, writer, and filmmaker from Nashville, now based in NYC. Having graduated from Emerson College with a BFA in Visual Media Arts Production, her work blends experimental techniques of film and video with performance and installation. Her recent practice has involved creative archiving—the intersection of research, art, and archival design, specifically in relation to digital realms and found objects.
M’Kenzy Cannon: PLEASE LET ME IN will feature Cannon’s work, curated by Maya Rubio.
M’Kenzy Cannon: PLEASE LET ME IN is the fourth exhibition in the 1:1 Curatorial Initiative series presented in the Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts. Each exhibition in this series presents a collaborative project between one curator and one artist, and either introduces a new artist or highlights a new aspect of a more experienced artist.