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Our projection work on the Lee Monument at Marcus-David Peters Circle has been featured in media and publications across the globe, including the cover of National Geographic and being named by the New York Times as the part of the most influential work of protest art since World War II.


This body of work, which began as a grass roots reaction against police violence and systemic racism, has grown to become an expansive project which has utilized history, music, and art to re-contextualize the facades of Confederate Monuments and other oppressive symbols in our home city of Richmond, Virginia.

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