Past Exhibitions - Page 5

On a white wall is a large colorful mural with a smoking handgun. Beside it are four bullets, each with one word of the phrase Hurt People Hurt People. On the bottom are painted flowers in many different colors. Above the gun, text is written in cursive: ‘At the center of nonviolence stands the principle of Love, a quote attributed to M L K. To the left of the mural is a large white wall text, and to the left is an orange bicycle with white wheels and a blue and white helmet.
Down a hallway, Photographs, news articles and video installations hang on a yellow and white wall with different Caribbean country flags, a rainbow LGBTQ+ flag, and Black Lives Matter flag, hanging from the ceiling in a row parallel to the wall. At the beginning of the hallway is a mannequin wearing a festive, bright colored, colorful, feathered, carnival outfit.
On top of a black pedestal, a glass box with metal vents houses a large jasmine plant bathed in pink light. On either side, a rectangle of semi-transparent sheet with a green maze structure is held up by unfinished wood.
A black and white photo of a group of women of color standing in a circle. They are standing on a park lawn arms length apart from one another. Behind them are tall trees and an above ground railway.
A video thumbnail with a centered, black “press play” symbol in a green rounded off square. The thumbnail is of four black starlight globes in different orientations and black droplets hanging from a museum ceiling.