Selah Marley | "A Primordial Place"

by Christopher Andrew Armstrong

 

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If you’ve ever wondered what kind of art is produced by someone with the genes of both a nineties r&b superstar and the greatest reggae artist of all time, then wonder no longer because Selah Marley has announced her first art installation project BKLYN Studios in New York.

Selah Marley has quite the lineage running through her family tree. As you might have assumed from the last name, yes, Selah is related to the reggae legend Bob Marley. She calls Bob Marley her grandfather. And if that’s not impressive enough, Lauryn Hill, the mastermind behind The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, is her mother.

The show, called “A Primordial Place,” is a one-of-a-kind immersive experience which explores the collective conscience of Marley’s 19-year-old mind. The show explores how one can surround themselves with nature and greenery in a hard-rock concrete jungle like New York City.

“A Primordial Place” can be viewed at BKLYN Studios in New York City from May 3rd until May 4th.

445 Albee Square West, Brooklyn NY 11201