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For his inaugural show for the artist at Claire Oliver, Squirewell’s work looks at who curates and controls the narratives that become accepted as history, whose stories are told—and whose are ignored. “As a child of the hip hop era, born in the ’70s, growing up in the ’80s and ’90s, I look at my work as almost remixing, crate-digging, but my crates are museums, private collections, and historical narratives,” the artist explains in a statement. 

March 21, 2022