An exploration of blackness in America, this beautifully rendered visual poem by Cleon Arrey is a hypnotic collection of images and feelings. It’s presented in two parts: the first, “Blackness in Suspension” is largely filmed in abstract angles, bodies upside down, floating, or held back but in motion. The second part, “see yourself”, seeks to capture identity, most directly presented with the image of a young man filming himself with an old camcorder. Overall, “Two Parts Black” is a celebration of color, texture and variety, and an attempt to reconcile interior life vs impressions from the outside world. Every image is evocative and vital. A Film by Many Families. (6 minutes). Directed and shot by Cleon Arrey. Art Direction: Cheyna Carr. Movement Direction: Irene Ashu.