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Painting: Acrylic, Gesso on Cardboard.
This piece is part of a series.
This piece explores how there is an emotional curfew placed on black people, where their emotional expression is censored and contained to areas deemed acceptable. The stereotypes of 'angry black woman' or 'dangerous black man' prevent black people from freely expressing the human range of emotions allowed to others in society
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