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Crystal Z Campbell is a multidisciplinary artist, experimental filmmaker, and writer of African-American, Filipino, & Chinese descents. Campbell finds complexity in the public secret, or a fragment of information which is known by many, but perhaps undertold or unspoken. Campbell holds a fellowship appointment at the Harvard Radcliffe Film Study Center, to continue work on SLICK, an experimental feature film centering the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and its longstanding effects on the city of Tulsa. The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre marks one of the most hushed incidents of racially motivated domestic terrorism in the United States, with over 300 people killed and 35 blocks of businesses and homes in the predominately Black community of Greenwood destroyed.Campbell exhibits and screens internationally: The Drawing Center (US), Nest (NL), ICA-Philadelphia (US), Artissima (IT), Studio Museum of Harlem (US), Project Row Houses (US), Visual Studies Workshop (US), and SculptureCenter (US), amongst others. Select honors and awards include: Skowhegan, Rijksakademie, Whitney ISP, Black Spatial Relics, Pollock-Krasner Award, MAP Fund, MacDowell, M-AAA, , VCCA Alonzo Davis Fellowship, Flaherty Film Seminar Fellowship, and Tulsa Artist Fellowship. Campbell is a joint Tulsa Artist Fellow and Harvard Radcliffe Film Study Center & David and Roberta Logie Fellow.