Pope L.’s website “The Black Factory” opens with an image of, well, a black factory. Click on it and you’ll get a blank white screen, click again and the screen turns brown, click one more time and the screen turns yellow asking you “Is this black?”…. Long a thorn in the side of the powerful and connected, Pope L.’s socially engaged practice uses performance, installation, video and collage and goes beyond click-bait to engage with questions on race, class, poverty, immigration, and the environment. “I am a fisherman of social absurdity, if you will…. My focus is to politicize disenfranchisement … to reinvent what’s beneath us, to remind us where we all come from.” (Source: Radical Presence). At Mitchell-Innes Nash through October 27.