Expanded Conversation: Race & Identity in Artists' Books
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Items in the Expanded Conversation: Race & Identity in Artists' Books
student-curated exhibit Collection

Resistance is Useless
A collection of 17 etched portraits and nameplates, Resistance is Useless works to counteract the systematic erasure of enslaved Africans stolen and exploited by the British for plantation work in the West Indies. The work imagines and pieces…

Home Sweet Home
Structured like an architectural plan for a suburban house, this text explores the role of a women's identity relating to her house. The book is filled with proverbs that express the

way women view themselves and the way society views women,…

1492 What Is It Like to Be Discovered?
"1492 What Is It Like to Be Discovered?" explores Columbus and his involvement in "discovering" the "New World." The text consists of poetry, dictionary definitions, magazine/newspaper cutouts, quotes from Columbus' and other conquistadors diaries,…

Cosmeceutical Collection
While on the outside the work appears to be a regular novel, upon opening it the viewer is confronted with a blush case, a compact mirror, and a tube of mascara. Within each makeup product is written histories and stories of the negative and often…