[Photos] Bmike – OffBeat Magazine Cover November 2019

Resistance & Existence: Brandan “Bmike” Odums’ Truth-telling Activism

 

“New Orleans is a place where you can just fall into art,” says Brandan “Bmike” Odums. “You can find it anywhere, without a cost of admission.” We’re sitting in his office at Studio BE, the 35,000 square-foot Bywater warehouse space he’s turned into a center for his activism-through-art. In addition to housing his sprawling “Ephemeral.Eternal” exhibit, the building is the central nervous system of a globally recognized movement including educational programs, panel discussions, film, merchandise and more. A massive yellow exterior wall adorned with a young, haloed Black girl with hands outstretched greets visitors.

— Amanda “Bonita” Mester

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Noé Cugny

Paris New Orleans

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