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Kevin Claiborne: Before I Died I Was Invisible

In the works included in Before I Died I Was Invisible, Kevin Claiborne uses photographic and printmaking processes to address the Black experience in America today. It takes its title from a poem written by the artist. His keen interest in poetry and the hidden as well as multiple meanings in language permeate his work. Claiborne's exhibition comprises two ongoing series: "BLACKNESS IS," 2019, landscape photographs layered with screenprinted text, and "Great Unconformity," 2020, a further exploration of word and photographic imagery through digital collage.

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