This installation serves as a memorial space for African-American slaves. A collection of light boxes is filled with images paying respect specifically to the artist’s family who were enslaved in Edgefield County, South Carolina. The photographs insert family members into old historic pictures of slaves living in South Carolina, also including images of where the artist’s ancestors were enslaved on what used to be a small cotton farm. Prayer cards are included at the site to engage the public in honoring those who survived the suffering, and empower those who continue to fight the fight of racial inequality.


October 6 – 9

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Thursday, October 6 through Sunday, October 9 from 2-6pm, at 14th Street and Ninth Avenue.