Exhibition at the SCAD Museum of Art including identity and graphics standards, exhibition and environmental graphics, literature and packing.
Contemporary artist Kara Walker confronts complex subjects such as race, gender, and sex. I feel a connection to Walker in that I was also born on the west coast and moved with my family to Southeastern Kentucky. Racism was rampant to an extent it still is in the small town where I was raised. I confused me I was nearly an adult when I finally could see the ugliness it left in its wake. I studied at SCAD at the same time Walker attended Atlanta College of Art, which eventually became a part of SCAD Atlanta. Walker’s family moved from California to Stone Mountain, Georgia in her formative years my experiences pales in comparison to what she must have experienced moving to a city known for its clan rallies as a young girl.