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John Clell Morris Artist & Educator
With the global economy becoming more interconnected and nations advancing their strategic agenda’s for security and economic prosperity; Coloring Colonialism mined the past for images that mirror current events and foreign policies. The project looks at the brutality of colonization while shrouding under the guise of moral superiority. The project has two components, one is the traditional gallery presentation, the second is a book placed in the gallery which is provided to allow gallery goers participate and take responsibility for the coloring of colonial actions.
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