In The Evanesced, 100+drawings, large scale paintings and a performance bring attention to a painful subject: missing black women in America and the African diaspora, from history to the present day. Abstract "un-portraits" of elusive figures--drawn with handmade brushes and while the Hinkle improvises dances to blues, hip-hop, and Baltimore Club music--pivot between real and imagined narratives representing thousands of black women who have disappeared due to colonialism, human trafficking, homicides, and other forms of erasure. The Evanesced: Embodied Disappearance is a performance that evokes various types of women navigating historical and contemporary contexts. The performance--which includes a soundtrack of whispers, shuffles, and snippets of popular and underground music--adds another dimension to this emotional examination of a fraught part of the black female experience. The Evanesced is an expression of the #SayHerName movement of mourning, awareness, and healing. The Evanesced body of work made its debut in an exhibition of the same title that was curated by Naima Keith and The California African American Museum March 2nd-June 25th 2017. The Evanesced series has been shown at The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and at The San Francisco Arts Commission.