BareBones 2020 · OFFERINGS: Artists Respond to the Mourning, Grieving and Fires on Lake Street

Baki Z. Porter, Rox Anderson and Chaim Budenosky

Asé Asé Asé: An Altar and Portal Piece

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Asé Asé Asé: An Altar and Portal Piece is a multimedia project on reverence created by artist Baki Z. Porter in collaboration with designer Chaim Budenosky and artist Roxanne Anderson of R.A.R.E. House.

In the recent OFFERINGS: BareBones 2020 Live Pop-ups: the work was constructed in and transformed the space of the garage at R.A.R.E. House on Lake St. Oct. 31 to Nov. 1. Co-supported by BareBones and R.A.R.E. Productions. Photo and Video credit: Ben Kreibich.

About the Artists

Baki Z Porter is a Black Native artist from and of the Twin Cities. They identify as an art activist and trixter.

Chaim Budenosky is a designer based in the Twin Cities. Chaim’s handle:

Roxanne Anderson is an award winning community organizer and activist, who’s been working in social service for more than 25 years. Anderson has received awards that include 2018 Bush Fellowship, 2016 Grand Marshal for Twin Cities Pride, University of Minnesota Community Excellence Award, The Beautiful Humans Award for outstanding broadcast journalism focusing on BIPOC LGBTQIA communities, Lavender Magazine’s 100 Fab Community Organizer Award, Twin Cities Black Pride Community Service Award for Diversity and Inclusion. Rox has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, Curve Magazine, Lavender Magazine, Star Tribune, as well as several Radio and TV shows. Currently Roxanne is and on air DJ and Host for 2 local community radio stations KRSM and KFAI, helps run the Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition, and is the co-founder and director of RARE Productions, a multimedia arts and entertainment company focusing on producing and promoting trans and queer artists of color.