EXHIBITIONS > White Constructions (2016-Present)

WHITE CONSTRUCTIONS (2016-Present) considers the arbitrary and deliberate construction of race in the United States and its negative effects on black and brown people. The series analyzes race as a deliberate social construct created by those in power to subjugate non-white people while critiquing the influential construction and deconstruction of language and its impact on human experiences. The symbolic and imaginary constructs in WHITE CONSTRUCTIONS challenges the viewer to reconsider and reconstruct their personal and political relationship to race and how it informs their interactions with others. White Constructions exhibitions have been exhibited in Milwaukee, WI; Baltimore, MD; Pittsburgh, PA; Washington, DC; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.