Each in Their Own Voice: African-American Artists in Cleveland, 1970-2005

Dexter Davis interview excerpt

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Dexter Davis

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Ritual, 1994
Ritual, 1994

Program Length: 03:22

Artist Dexter Davis speaks about the process he uses when creating art and how he uses collage in his work. He considers his work very expressive because he feels that it is "without boundaries." He notes that he likes the ideas of Abstract Expressionists more than their work but there are certain artist such as De Koonig and Fuertes that he looks to. Davis describes his passion for art and thinks that his "work is from the heart." Date of interview is unknown.

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