“I Love It When I’m Wrong:
yes white people, immigration is about skin color”

This multimedia installation examines immigration, skin color and colonialism. Laced through a personal narrative, the sculpture, audio and video in the gallery explore discrimination, opportunity and skin color.

As immigration pushes up from south to north, skin colors go from dark to light.

Discrimination is administered from top to bottom.

Light skin oppresses dark skin.

North to South.

This is historically what we are up against.
a multimedia installation 
thru June 29, 2019
special events:
Montpelier Art Walk 
during ArtsFest 2019
Thursday, June 6, 4-9
closing party
Saturday, June 29, 4-7
artist talk @ 5:00

The Susan Calza Gallery is located at 138 Main Street, Montpelier, Vermont.
Gallery hours: Fri. 5-8 • Sat. 2-5 or by appointment • 802-224-6827

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