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Featured image: Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Making Strides,
2010, Stoneware, slip and glaze,
16” x 21” x 12”. Photo Credit: Michael Cavanaugh & Kevin Montague
Nevermore offers deadpan, sardonic totems as reflections of a
festering hate-filled past to a confused and unrepentant present. At
times the work presents a sarcastic specter holding up despicable
representations to us, like a visual version of nails on a
chalkboard. Yet weirdly they may also act as hopeful monuments
sparking ideas for change, rather than not-so-forgotten uglinesses
still boiling in the psyche of our culture and its people.
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