It all began with RACE...
"How much has changed since the 1963 March on Washington? How far have we come as a nation in 50 years in terms of economic equality? Even as racial barriers have been toppled and the nation has grown wealthier and better educated, the economic disparities separating blacks and whites remain as wide as they were when marchers assembled on the Mall in 1963." (The Washington Post & Bureau of Labor Statistics)
In this piece I interpreted and visualized the linguistic metaphor of the Race Card. This project was created at Webster University for a design class taught by Noriko Yuasa.
The Other Side of Justice, Juried Exhibition, 2017
Pinkard Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
The Posters Of Discontent III, Juried Exhibition, 2016
University Gallery, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI
Designing Democracy, Juried Exhibition, 2016
Bronze Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD