White Female #3, 2018, Silk Screen, 22 x 22
Black Female #3,2018, Silk Screen 22 x 22
White Male #3, 2018, Silk Screen, 22 x 22
Black Male #3, 2018, Silk Screen, 22x22
White Female #2, 2018, Silkscreen, 22x22
Black Female #2, 2018, Silk Screen, 22x22
White Male #2, 2018, Silk Screen, 22x22
Black Male #2, 2018, Silk Screen, 22x22
The Identity of Water Series - 2018
Silk-screen and Ink on 100% Cotton Revere Paper, 22 x 22, Ltd. Ed. 17.
“The Identity of Water” series employs the element of water is a metaphor to discuss racial issues in this world. It was created by collecting samples of saliva from females (white and black) and males (white and black). I have photographed microscopically the samples of saliva and created silkscreen prints. Based upon a sampling of four people, I noticed a similarity between the African American Male and Female image; and similar contents in the sample of the African American and Caucasian male. Arguably, it could be stated that each was unique or remarkably the same.