Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby are long-term collaborators who work mostly in video. Their work has shown at the Whitney Museum, the Walker Center, the Institute of Contemporary Art and the International Film Festival Rotterdam, among many others. A book about their work came out in 2012. It is called The Beauty Is Relentless. Vashon Watson is an emerging media artist and musician studying in the Art Video program at Syracuse University. He splits his time between Syracuse and New York. He won the Gold Key Scholastic Art and Writing award for his short film The Sky. Khalik Allah (b.1985) is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker whose work has been described as "street opera" simultaneously visceral, hauntingly beautiful and penetrative.

Camera Ministry: A Conversation with Khalik Allah

Emily Vey Duke, Cooper Battersby & Vashon Watson

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Camera Ministry: A Conversation with Khalik Allah

Emily Vey Duke, Cooper Battersby & Vashon Watson

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Camera Ministry: A Conversation with Khalik Allah

Emily Vey Duke, Cooper Battersby & Vashon Watson
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Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby are long-term collaborators who work mostly in video. Their work has shown at the Whitney Museum, the Walker Center, the Institute of Contemporary Art and the International Film Festival Rotterdam, among many others. A book about their work came out in 2012. It is called The Beauty Is Relentless. Vashon Watson is an emerging media artist and musician studying in the Art Video program at Syracuse University. He splits his time between Syracuse and New York. He won the Gold Key Scholastic Art and Writing award for his short film The Sky. Khalik Allah (b.1985) is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker whose work has been described as "street opera" simultaneously visceral, hauntingly beautiful and penetrative.