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Address the Issue
A diptych is the unification of two or more individual images when placed side by side. This choice of imagery has the power to evoke a message that one image can not work without the other.
In America, there is “White Innocence '' — an innocence that serves as a quiet affirmation of the continuing racial paradigm against black Americans. In this series, Seth Cook and I take inspiration from William Pope L. by using satire not simply to examine the stereotypes surrounding race but to dissect the damage these preconceptions do to both black and white individuals and, more broadly, to society. It is in this recognition that we understand the racial divide still taking place in what we were raised to believe was a “post-racial” America.
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