Chilluns' Croon

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Symbolic imagery created based on documents of genealogical and historical interest of Wilson County, North Carolina’s African-American past curated by Lisa Y. Henderson. Concomitantly this body of work reflects on old transcripts from the Federal Writers Project -- told by African American former slaves -- acting as a compilation of stories that resembled old spiritual beliefs and stories of love and loss from the time of slavery in the United States.


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Read more about the project at GUP, MPB, PHMuseum, Nowhere Diary, Conceptual Projects. Prints Enquires with Open Doors Gallery

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Chilluns’ Croon artist book, first run edition of 30, 8.5x11”, 64 pages, Linen Natural soft cover, 24 four-color B&W and color plates on uncoated paper, open spine, hand-bound by the artist, 4x4.5” archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle Natural Line Bamboo paper situated into photo corners on front cover, insert pages risograph on recycled uncoated paper. 
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