Darryl DeAngelo Terrell
Darryl DeAngelo Terrell (b. 1991) is a BLK queer lens-based artist, writer, and digital curator currently based in Chicago, IL. Darryl Received his MFA graduate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he studied Photography in 2017. Darryl's work is centered around the philosophy of F.U.B.U. (The shit is for US) He thinks about how his work can aid to a larger conversation about blackness, and it many intersectionalities. His work explores the displacement of black and brown people, femme identity, the black family structure, sexuality, gender, safe spaces, and personal stories, all while keeping in mind the accessibility of art.
Darryl is currently a 2017/18 Hatch Project Artist resident at Chicago Artist Coalition, 2017 artist resident at ACRE, a semifinalist for the 2017 Edes Fellowship.