Protest:

Various Works on Racial and Social Injustice in America

Send in the Cavalary [or Calvary]?, 2020 

oil and spray can on cardboard

139.7cm x 81.28cm

€3500.00

"On the battlefield, one should send in the cavalry, which is the word for an army component mounted on horseback. The similarly spelled word calvary however, refers to "an open air depiction of the crucifixion," or more recently "an experience of intense suffering."

(Merriam-Webster)

Bad Apple, 2020 

oil and spray can on cardboard

139.7cm x 81.28cm

€2875.00

Wel bet is roten appul out of hoord

Than that it rotie al the remenaunt.

(“Well better is a rotten apple out of the store

Than that it rot all the remnant.") … It is ful lasse harm to lete hym pace,

Than he shende alle the servantz in the place.

(It is much less harm to let him go away,

Than that he should ruin all the servants in the place.”)
— The Riverside Chaucer, 3rd ed.

(Merriam-Webster)

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These works focus on the

 

ambient racism of

 

everyday life in America,

 

the white-washing of

 

People of Color,  systemic racism,

 

and the

 

fear of black men, boys, 

 

migrant famlies, and POC in America.