BQF’s projects weave quantum physics, Afrofuturism, and Afrodiasporic concepts of time, ritual, text, and sound, creating counter-histories and Black quantum womanist futures that challenge exclusionary, mainstream versions of history and the future. Black Quantum Futurism has created a number of community-based projects, performances, experimental music projects, installations, workshops, books, short films and zines, including the award-winning Community Futures Lab and the Black Woman Temporal Portal.

BQF Collective is a 2022 Creative Capital Fellow, 2020 CERN Artist Residents, 2020-2022 Vera List Center Fellow, 2021 Knight Art + Tech Fellows, 2018 Velocity Fund Grantee, 2018 Solitude x ZKM Web Resident, 2017 Center for Emerging Visual Artists Fellow, 2017 Pew Fellow, 2016 A Blade of Grass Fellow, and a 2015 artist-in-residence at the West Philadelphia Neighborhood Time Exchange. BQF has presented, exhibited and performed at documenta fifteen, Red Bull Arts NY, Chicago Architecture Biennial, Village of Art and Humanities, Manifesta 13 Biennial, ApexArt NYC, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Vox Populi Gallery, Painted Bride Arts Gallery, Open Engagement, MoMA PS1, ICA London, Metropolitan Museum of Art and more. More information at: