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Three exhibits will be on display:

1. Gestalt: greater than the sum This exhibition examines how perception and the observation of individual parts contribute to our understanding of our whole identities, communities, social groups, and the shapes in the world around us. Curated by MUSE 300: Museum Studies students.

2. A Wicked Commerce: The US and the Atlantic Slave Trade through the Lens of William Earle Williams Philadelphia-area artist William Earle Williams (b.1950) uses his camera to expose the obscured histories of chattel slavery in the US, Britain, and the Caribbean and transform how everyday places are understood and experienced.

3. Nona Faustine: White Shoes This exhibition presents seven large-scale photographs from Nona Faustine’s acclaimed White Shoes series, an unflinching examination of the overlooked history of slavery in New York City. Through self-portraiture, Faustine powerfully inserts her body into sites where this history is embedded, standing as a monument to New York’s Black and Indigenous populations and to the largely obscured history of displacement and human trafficking that built the city.

Locations: Picker Art Gallery and Dana Arts Center

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