“How can color be trusted anyway? It changes depending on weather. It changes when another leans in close and kisses its ear.” Poet Erin Sharkey (@erinjaws) responds to William Pope.L’s “Skin Set Drawings.” Using common materials like markers and pens, Pope.L makes declarative statements about people of various colors (white, black, green, blue), offering sharp commentary on the absurdity of language about color and race. Read her response via the link in our bio. [#PopeL, “Hither and Yon” (2015) on view #AtTheWalker in #LessThanOne]
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