Jasmine Murrell is a Brooklyn-based visual artist that employs several different mediums to create sculptures, painting, photography, performance, installations, and films that blur the line between history and mythology. Her works have been exhibited nationally and internationally for the past decade, in venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Art and Bronx Museum, Museum Contemporary Art Chicago, Whitney Museum, African-American Museum of Art, and the International Museum of Photography and untraditional institutions. Works have been included in book MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora and New York Times, Time, Hyperallergic, The Detroit Times and several other publications. 
Photo Credit: Argenis Appolinario