Image of a screenprint with hand painting. The background is a teal and bronze wallpaper pattern with a figure in the center in black ink. Hot pink paint surrounds the figure on all sides

Swoon / Caledonia Curry, Girl From Ranoon Province Hand Embellished Variant (2023). Three color screenprint on Stonehenge Cream with hand-painted wash layer and acrylic gauche embellishments. 12.5 x 26.5 in.

Caledonia Curry, known as Swoon, is a contemporary artist and filmmaker recognized around the world for her pioneering vision of public artwork. Through intimate portraits, immersive installations and multi-year community based projects, she has spent over 20 years exploring the depths of human complexity by mobilizing her artwork to fundamentally re-envision the communities we live in toward a more just and equitable world. She is best known as one of the first women Street Artists to gain international recognition in a male-dominated field, pushing the conceptual limits of the genre and paving the way for a generation of women Street Artists. She is currently developing a full length narrative movie which will bring together drawing, immersive installation, stop motion animation and her collaborative work, with the traditions of storytelling through film.