Welcome Wednesday | 101 #FuckOutMyFace: Prince Harvey’s Music Video Release

Photo by Antonia Colodro




101 #FuckOutMyFace: Prince Harvey’s Music Video Release Hosted by Morehshin Allahyari

Wednesday, September 12th

7-10 pm (screening at 8pm)




Eyebeam first fall Welcome Wednesday, hosted by Morehshin Allahyari, premieres the visual for “101: #FuckOutMyFace”. It’s the first single from Prince Harvey’s forthcoming sophomore upcoming album, Red Dress, to be released this fall. The viewing will be followed by a Q&A with Prince Harvey and the video’s cinematographer Antonia Colodro, moderated by Kai de la Cruz. 


In 101 the velvet-clad rapper encapsulates his experience navigating the world in a queer, black body. Exploring the complexities of relating to a culture that has yet to make room for its most marginalized members, 101 highlights the misalignment between vocal bravado and lived experience.


Prince Harvey is a NYC based artist, musician, and producer most famously known for recording his first album in an Apple Store. Harvey spent most of his childhood on the tiny island of Dominica where he started writing songs at the age of 8, influenced by late 90s rappers. At 14, his family moved to New York and since then he has been composing and producing alternative hip-hop music, praised by both mainstream and underground audiences. In 2017, he released an EP called Golden Child, followed by STAY BOLD: 100 DAYS 100 SONGS, where he premiered a new song everyday for 100 days as a protest against Trump.


Antonia Colodro is a cinematographer born and raised in Santiago, Chile who currently resides in New York City.


Kai de la Cruz is a New York based producer, creative and strategist.


Morehshin Allahyari is an artist, activist and educator. She is the recipient of the leading global thinkers of 2016 award by Foreign Policy magazine. Morehshin was born and raised in Iran and moved to the United States in 2007. Her work deals with the political, social, and cultural contradictions we face every day. Morehshin’s modeled, 3D-printed sculptural reconstructions of ancient artifacts destroyed by ISIS, titled Material Speculation: ISIS, have received widespread curatorial and press attention and have been exhibited worldwide. Morehshin has been part of numerous exhibitions, festivals, and workshops around the world including Venice Biennale di Archittectura, Pompidou Center, Museum of Contemporary Art in Montreal, Tate Modern, Queens Museum, Pori Museum, Jeu de Paume. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Wired, National Public Radio, Parkett Art Magazine, Frieze, Rhizome, Hyperallergic, and Al Jazeera, among others.