Recoloration Proclamation, a 16-year multimedia project, explores the complexity of identity, cultural appropriation and visual terrorism through Confederate iconography and the use of African-American culture. This project features recolored Confederate flags and performative installations such as The Proper Way to Hang a Confederate Flag, music project The AfroDixieRemixes, and the annual Burn and Bury Confederate Flag Memorial Day event. Elements of this work have spread all over the country, including to major cities such as: Oakland, Des Moines, Detroit, Orlando, Gettysburg, New York City and Martha’s Vineyard.
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