This art was incredibly influential for the time. Gran Fury (American artist collective, 1988-1994). from the Kissing Doesn’t Kill series, 1988. Poster, offset lithography, 16 x 10”. © Gran Fury. #iml_295week14
I, Too, Am Harvard
A photo campaign highlighting the faces and voices of black students at Harvard College. Our voices often go unheard on this campus, our experiences are devalued, our presence is questioned-- this project is our way of speaking back, of claiming this campus, of standing up to say: We are here. This...
This famous feminist digital design is from the well-known contemporary artist, Barbara Kruger.Kate Linker explains in her art review, “Power cannot be centralized; rather, it is diffused, decentralized, and in consequence, anonymous: it exists less as a ‘body’ than as a network of relations unifying social apparatuses and institutions”
I love this cute and symbolic panda in this image. However, I disagree with the statement below. It is an old stereotype that Asians are irrelevant to the racism between black and white. However, as the world become increasingly globalized, racial diversity gradually generated in eastern world.For example, 'black people problems' in Guangzhou, China.
Guerrilla Girls is an influential site that exposes sexism, racism and corruption in politics, art, film and pop culture with facts, humor and digital design visuals. This poster was inspired by William Kennedy Smith and all the other guys who get away with it. #iml295_week14
The "Kony 2012" craze is a perfect example of what critics call digital "slacktivisim"; one uses digital media and technology to raise awareness of a cause and to feign support, but does not take action to support it. Does Kony 2012 represent "slacktivism" to you? #IML295_week14