Ng'endo Mukii contextualizes her award-winning short film with an essay penned exclusively for Pelican Bomb to wrap up "(De)Tangled."
Co-founder of Arts.Black, Jessica Lynne, contributes a heartfelt interview with her mother about intergenerational hair choices.
Pelican Bomb staff member Noni Clemens shares her hair story shaped by her French upbringing and Zimbabwean ancestry.
Atlanta-based writer, Kristin Juarez, revisits an Ellen Gallagher series to discuss the future of hair.
Laurence Ross speaks with Atlanta-based artist and "(De)Tangled" contributor, Aubrey Longley-Cook, about humor, drag, and stitching.
Aubrey Longley-Cook contributes his incredible animations to "(De)Tangled."
After meeting at UNO St. Claude Gallery, Elizabeth Derby jumped at the opportunity to share her cheeky, hair-themed drawing.
Nick Stillman and Alphonse Smith, friends and co-workers at the Arts Council New Orleans, meet over beers and basketball to talk barbershops, race, and masculinity.
A bonus "(De)Tangled" video submission from Local Honey—artist, model, and poet drag clown.
Charlie Tatum discusses labor and maintenance through the lens of Marilyn Minter's current retrospective in Houston.
Momma Tried presents a NSFW digital project made exclusively for Pelican Bomb.
Benjamin Morris delves into the many implications of baldness in American pop culture and society.
Ann Hackett candidly and poetically discusses her experience with hair loss.
Spencer Silverthorne, whose given name is completely coincidental, shares a series of vignettes on his experience going gray at a young age.
Laurence Ross explores Tennessee Williams' affinity for hairless men in his paintings currently on display at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Perfectly timed for "(De)Tangled," Charlie Tatum reviews local artist Harriet Burbeck's "HairBall" exhibition at TEN Gallery.
With a different "(De)Tangled" perspective, Morgan Cattaneo offers her very own triumphant ode to redheads.
Photographer Nakeya Brown offers a new way to look at her breakthrough series in this Pelican Bomb digital exclusive.
Hannah Miet joins the "(De)Tangled" series with a personal essay on her experience as a white woman who has allowed her hair to obscure her identity.
The first essay in our "(De)Tangled" series comes from Pelican Bomb staff member, Rosemary Reyes, on her hair experience as an Afro-Latina.
Our Executive Director and Founding Editor, Cameron Shaw, fills you in on what’s to come with “(De)Tangled: A Living Salon.”