Jeyifous explores the potentials of a future dystopia in MoMA’s upcoming show “Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America,” opening February 20th.

Imagine a New York where the climate crisis has intensified so much so that the government has limited human mobility in order to curtail emissions—where Black coders have in turn taken over the MTA, commandeering its subways and trains for the disenfranchised. This is the poignant, dystopian reality conjured by the Brooklyn-based artist Olalekan Jeyifous for the Museum of Modern Art’s upcoming show “Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America,” opening February 20.

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