"Salvaging such defiant beauty from scraps of resilient black, rubber provide a compelling metaphor of African American survival in the modern world."
Matthew Guy Nichols, in an Art in America article on 
Chakaia Booker
Acid Rain
2001
rubber, tires, wood
  1. "Salvaging such defiant beauty from scraps of resilient black, rubber provide a compelling metaphor of African American survival in the modern world."

    Matthew Guy Nichols, in an Art in America article on 

    Chakaia Booker

    Acid Rain

    2001

    rubber, tires, wood

  1. 119 notesTimestamp: Monday 2013/05/13 15:31:31Chakaia Bookerblack artistsblack artAfrican American artistAfrican American artpostblack artenvironmental arttiressculpturemixed mediablackinstallation artacid rainAfricaAfrican scarificationrubber
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